PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Donovan McNabb is making progress from thumb and ankle injuries that kept him out of Philadelphia's loss at New England, and coach Andy Reid said he wants his quarterback at 100 percent before deciding if he'll play against Seattle.
``We'll see how he does,'' Reid said Monday. ``We're trying to get him back to 100 percent before we stick him in the game.''
A.J. Feeley ably filled in for McNabb in the Patriots' 31-28 win over Philadelphia on Sunday night. Making his first start since Dec. 2004 and the 14th of his career, Feeley completed 27 of 42 passes for 345 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions.
Feeley's second pass attempt was intercepted by Asante Samuel and returned 40 yards for the first touchdown of the game. Feeley also threw an interception to James Sanders on the left sideline on a pass intended for Reggie Brown on the Eagles' final drive.
``I'm sure he'd want a couple of those back,'' Reid said.
McNabb worked out Monday morning and any decision about his availability would not be made until later in the week. McNabb was not ruled out against the Patriots until Saturday morning.
``I think we're pretty fortunate we have two quarterbacks here that can play,'' Reid said.
McNabb had started every game since returning ahead of schedule after a torn knee ligament ended his season early last year. He hurt the thumb on his throwing hand early against Miami and left after injuring his ankle in the second quarter.

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