Former Detroit Lions’ QB comes out of retirement, signs with Super Bowl contender

According to a report this morning from Ian Rapoport, quarterback Josh McCown is coming out of retirement to sign a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. He will likely be the backup for Eagles starter, Carson Wentz.

McCown, who spent the 2006 season with the Detroit Lions, will be entering his 17th season in the league. He most recently played for the New York Jets from 2017-2018.

The Eagles are one of the odds on favorites to represent the NFC this season in the Super Bowl.

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