Conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh quit his job at ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown Wednesday night after his crack about black Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb sparked widespread outrage. "My comments this past Sunday were directed at the media and were not racially motivated," Limbaugh said in a statement. "I offered an opinion. This opinion has caused discomfort to the crew, which I regret." During Sunday's pregame show, Limbaugh said McNabb was overrated because the media "has been very desirous that a black quarterback do well." Democratic presidential candidates Wesley Clark and Howard Dean condemned Limbaugh's remarks, as did the NAACP. (FYI: Back in July, I said Limbaugh would only last "a week" at his new job. He lasted a month. I was wrong — I admit it.)