Posted July 27, 2013 on sfo.scout.com
The 49ers signed free-agent corner Nnamdi Asomugha to a team-friendly contract hoping they can help revert the former All-Pro to back to form. He spoke to the media for the first time during training camp Saturday, talking about scheme and his excitement to join a winning culture.
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