He kind of told McNabb to shush.
Or at least the notion that McNabb ought to not be so sensitive.
The money quote from Levy via his story in The Washington Post (phew! all this aggregating makes me sleepy...):
Take Donovan McNabb. He thinks he got booed on draft day. He didn't get booed on draft day. The Eagles got booed on draft day. Silly, uniformed Eagles fans at the behest of equally uninformed sports radio talking heads thought that Ricky Williams would be the best fit for the Eagles and vowed to boo any person the Birds chose other than the running back from Texas.
There's more, of course, but this was such an illuminating graf to me that I had to seek out a spot on the floor next to an electrical outlet here at the airport to write about it.
To think, all these years in Philadelphia and deconstructing every move from McNabb and I never thought that the boos from that gang in New York that fateful draft day weren't personal. It was just business.
So maybe all those apologies from the guys at WIP, etc. weren't really necessary. After all, nobody booed McNabb that day, but yet the QB thought it was all about him.
And maybe the media and fans didn't quite get it.
So how about a little astute revisionism courtesy of Dan Levy. And while you're at it, go check out his stuff. The dude brings it.