Former Eagles QB Donovan McNabb to spend 18 days in jail for DUI

According to TMZ Sports, former star quarterback Donovan McNabb has plead guilty to a June 28th DUI charge in Arizona. McNabb was sentenced to 18 days in the county jail.

In addition to serving 18 days, McNabb must serve 72 days in-home detention after jail, do 30 hours of community service, attend counseling, serve probation, and pay a $6,342.23 fine.

McNabb was arrested after he crashed his car into a stoplight in Gilbert, Ari.

Police found a bottle of tequila in the trunk of McNabb’s vehicle, and confirmed after the crash that McNabb’s blood alcohol level was .17, although McNabb told police he was not drunk.

McNabb has been arrested for DUI once before, in Mesa, Ari. in Jan. 2014.

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