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CHANDLER - Vandals struck the off-season Chandler home of Philadelphia Eagle's quarterback Donovan McNabb on the eve of Sunday's NFC Championship football game.
Chandler Police say vandals burned the words "Go Cards," "Go Kurt" and "I [Heart] AZ" in McNabb's front lawn of the quarterback's upscale gated-community home.
The vandalism was reported shortly after 5 p.m. on Saturday.
Police arrested Rex Perkins, 37, and Ryan Hanlon, 28, on charges of criminal damage.
Both were later released.
The damage is estimated at $2,000.
McNabb has owned the Chandler home for about four years. He lives at the home with his wife, 4-year-old daughter and 6-week-old twins. His family was reportedly at home when police were contacted.