Nnamdi Asomugha looks to prove his worth in the upcoming season with the San Francisco 49ers. He feels his time playing with the Philadelphia Eagles is something to forget. He wants to leave all the issues in Philly and have a new and fresh start with the 49ers.
The 49ers signed the cornerback to a one-year contract that could pay as much as $3 million. San Francisco lost some players in the defensive back field so that was one of the reasons that the team signed Nnamdi.
Asomugha shared his feelings about the upcoming seasons saying, “I don’t know a season I’ve ever gone in that I didn’t feel I had something to prove. I’ve had a chip on my shoulder every year that I’ve played. I think it’s different this year because of the adversity I went through in Philadelphia. It’s always been a part of my game coming in and showing what I can do. Now, being able to be here, start fresh with them, it’s a great opportunity for that.”
If the Eagles did not release him, Nnamdi was set to make $15 ...