Found March 08, 2013 on
Just a few years ago, Oakland Raiders CB Nnamdi Asomugha hit the free-agency-market frenzy and caused madness. The top free agent of that offseason, Nnamdi caused headaches for head coaches everywhere, worried that he may end up on a division rival's squad. Patriots fans everywhere felt their hearts drop when there were reports that the star DB was planning on joining Darrelle Revis and the New York Jets. He eventually opted to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles and their 'dream team'.
How times have changed... Here we are only a couple years later and Nnamdi will reportedly be cut by the Eagles because he refuses to take a pay cut. The past two seasons have been a disaster for the former four-time All-Pro. Best way to put it, he was torched. Whereas in Oakland, quarterbacks never even looked to throw the ball his way, in Philly he was picked on.
To sum up, Nnamdi was nowhere near worth the five-year, $60 million contract that he was signed for. The team had enough...
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