Photo courtesy of nflgridirongab.com. Arguably the biggest prize of the free agent class, Nnamdi Asomugha (pictured above) should find a home in the very near future. Could it be with the New York Jets?
By Nick Craddock
Revis Island might become a part of a greater archipelago if the New York Jets are successful in their pursuit of one of the biggest prizes in this free agency bonanza.
Cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, who has spent the past eight seasons (seven of which were losing seasons, save for last year’s 8-8 mark) with the Oakland Raiders, is the prototypical shutdown corner and could be the last key to completing the Jets’ quest for a Super Bowl.
And the Jets’ hopes of landing Asomugha, a three-time Pro Bowler, were given a boost Thursday when the Houston Texans, one of Asomugha’s leading suitors and a team capable of offering the free agent about twice as much money as the Jets, opted to sign Johnathan Joseph instead. Continue reading →
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By Josh Kramer
The Patriots stole the show today in another wild and crazy day for the NFL. Normally the Patriots get attention and steal the limelight for winning on the field. They also have a history of winning with off-season transactions as well though. During the course of the same day, they picked up two former Pro Bowlers for highly discounted rates. Now I am not saying that we are going to see the Albert Haynesworth of 2008 or the OchoCinco, of the pre OchoCinco era (Johnson days). I do know that this is a win/win situation once again for the Patriots. Kraft, Belichick, and Co. are masterminds transactions wise and understand that players want to come play for them. Go figure that players would want to go play in bitterly cold Foxborough. There must be something in the water.
But the real question I have about all of this is not whether the Patriots will be a playoff team, because that is basically a no brainer. The real question is should Bill Belichick sign up for the “Babysitter’s Club?” Continue reading →
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