donovan mcnabb*On Sept. 19 the Philadelphia Eagles will retire Donovan McNabb’s No. 5 at halftime of the game against Kansas City Chiefs.

Owner Jeffrey Luris revealed the news on Monday during McNabb’s new conference which he announced his retirement.

As the ninth player to have his number retired by the franchise, McNabb will also be inducted into the Hall of Fame during the game Kansas City.

“To be mentioned with the likes of Reggie White, Jerome Brown, Chuck Bednarik, Tommy McDonald, Brian Dawkins and all the other players who have paved the way for me, for my former teammates and for the current players, it’s truly an honor,” McNabb said.

“The number 5 has become synonymous with one of the greatest eras of Eagles football, and ensuring that no one else will ever wear Donovan’s number, we honor one of the greatest playmakers to ever wear an Eagles uniform,” Lurie said at the news conference.

McNabb, 36, played 11 of his 13 seasons with the Eagles, leading them to eight playoff appearances, five NFC East titles, five conference championship games and one Super Bowl loss.

He was unable to lead the team to its first NFL championship since 1960, and some hold that against him.

“I apologized to the fans because that was my goal. I feel like I let them down,” McNabb said.

McNabb is the Eagles’ leader in many passing categories, including attempts (4,746), completions (2,801), yards (32,873), and touchdowns (216). He led the team to 100 wins, including nine in the playoffs. His 3,469 career yards rushing ranks sixth on the NFL’s all-time list.

He hasn’t played in the NFL since 2011. He was traded to the Washington Redskins in 2010, started 13 games that season and started six for the Minnesota Vikings the following year.