Fox Sports has seen enough.

According to a report, Fox Sports has suspended former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb indefinitely.

The suspension comes off the heels of his DUI arrest in Arizona on June 28th. It was the second DUI arrest in the last 18 months for the current NBC Radio host and Fox Sports NFL commentator.

In a statement provided to SI:

"Donovan McNabb has been suspended indefinitely. It is important that Donovan use this time as best he can to resolve his personal situation."

Earlier last week, NBC Sports announced that McNabb would be taking a leave of absence from his afternoon drive program to deal with "personal issues."

McNabb's first arrest came back in December of 2013 where he eventually would serve just one day in prison after pleading guilty.

If convicted of a second DUI arest, Arizona law carries a minimum sentence of 90 days in prison, although the sentence can be reduced upon the completion of counseling and/or alcohol related classes.

McNabb was the second overall selection of the Eagles in the 1999 NFL Draft and went on to have one Super Bowl appearance and six Pro Bowls in his Eagles tenure.

His former Eagles teammate Terrell Owens voiced his concerns to TMZ just days after his arrest last week.