Former NFL quarterback, Donovan McNabb, appeared on ESPN's First Take this morning to discuss Robert Griffin III heading to the Washington Redskins in this year's NFL Draft. McNabb answered that RGIII wouldn't be a good fit in Mike Shanahan's system in DC. 

“A lot of times ego gets too involved when it comes to being in Washington,” McNabb said.

As you may recall, McNabb played in 2010 for the Redskins, where he eventually got benched midway in favor of Rex Grossman. It was probably one of the most struggling seasons for the 13-year-veteran, so I can his viewpoint of why QB's may not fit there.

What do you think of McNabb's comments?

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