Nnamdi Asomugha

Revis Island in Philly?
ESPN's Adam Schefter mentioned the Eagles and Patriots as teams to "keep an eye on" for CB Darrelle Revis.
Why would the Eagles potentially have their eyes on Revis - possibly the leagues best corner?  That's because Schefter reports the Bucs will release Revis by 4pm…
Eagles Cut Asomugha
The Dream Team is officially dead.
The Philadelphia Eagles will release CB Nnamdi Asomugha today.
The move was first reported by Adam Schefter.
The Eagles signed Asomugha to a 5-year $60 million contract two seasons ago. He was widely regarded as the second best cornerback in the league at the time beh…
Eagles Ask Nnamdi Asomugha to Take a Pay Cut
The Philadelphia Eagles will ask cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha to restructure his contract or they will release him, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The two sides are meeting Friday in Indianapolis at the scouting combine...
10 More Changes Eagles Could Make During Bye
After firing defensive coordinator Juan Castillo, Andy Reid indicated more moves could be made. Here are 10 other changes that should be considered. Read the full article here.
1. Give the King the Throne - The Eagles aren't getting much out of Demetress Bell at left tackle and should go ba…
After Firing Castillo, Reid Says More Moves Could Come
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid announced the firing of defensive coordinator Juan Castillo and the promotion of secondary coach Todd Bowles to take his job, and didn't rule out additional moves.
"I'm starting with myself and I've done that a…
BREAKING: EAGLES FIRE CASTILLO, PROMOTE BOWLES
The Philadelphia Eagles fired defensive coordinator Juan Castillo and promoted secondary coach Todd Bowles to replace him  just over 40 hours after blowing a 10-point lead over the Lions in under five minutes to drop to 3-3 on the year...
Eagles Should Fire Juan Castillo After Meltdown
Enough is enough. Juan Castillo was in over his head when the Philadelphia Eagles hired him as defensive coordinator, and he still is. Maybe he's slipped free of that block of cement that was holding him at the bottom of the river, but he hasn't broken the surface yet and the Eagles are ru…

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