Add Pro Bowlers Donovan McNabb and Jeremiah Trotter to a growing list of people who have received handicapped parking complaints written by local Philadelphia disabled advocates Maryann Cottrell and Richard Holland, according to the GLOUCESTER COUNTY TIMES.
Cottrell, who has a 20-year-old daughter who suffers from autism, signed complaints against vehicles registered to the Philadelphia Eagles stars on the evening of Nov. 28 at the Landmark Americana Tap and Grille on the corner of Route 322 and Main Street.
Derek Boyko, a spokesman for the Eagles, said that though McNabb's vehicle was there, the Eagles quarterback was not in Glassboro the evening the complaint was signed. That day, McNabb had surgery in Philadelphia for a sports hernia, an injury that ended his season in early November, Boyko said.
Boyko was unable to confirm several reports that both vehicles were parked by valets, but he said that providing parking was part of Trotter's contract with the Landmark for a weekly live sports talk show he hosted at the local hotspot on Sports Talk 610 WIP during the regular season.
"Nobody is saying our players can park wherever they want," Boyko said.
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