The Philadelphia Eagles are once again far from a Dream Team. After Sunday’s brutal loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the 2012 season could once again resemble more of a nightmare once again. Michael Vick is just a few more turnovers and bad decisions away from being benched, and head coach Andy Reid is as close to being on the hot seat as he ever has throughout his lengthy tenure in Philadelphia.
So while the Eagles may still be 2-1 and tied atop the standings in the NFC East, this is not a team that appears to be ready to compete for a Super Bowl championship.
With that being said, is it time to start unloading some bad contracts in an attempt to shed some payroll going forward? If the Eagles do decide to go this route, they should start by trading away cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, who was signed to a five year contract worth roughly $60 million prior to last season.
Simply put, it was a terrible signing for the Eagles.
Asomugha has not been the player the Eagles thought they were get...