August 11, 2011; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha (24) comes off the field during a preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

New Orleans Saints, Nnamdi Asomugha Set For Visit


Nnamdi Asomugha is still without a job just a few years after scoring a big money free agent contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. Asomugha was underwhelming during his time in Philadelphia and the team ultimately decided to give him his walking papers when they decided it was time to take the organization in a different direction.

Now, on the open market, Asomugha is looking for a new home and he has begun to line up visits with his potential suitors.

Per Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com:

Asomugha met with the San Francisco 49ers last week and he appears content to make the rounds before deciding on his new home. Asomugha still has a lot of talent and can give whoever signs him a boost in the secondary, as long as use him in a scheme that fits him unlike the Eagles.

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  • Michael

    This will be a great signing him and Lewis as our starters along with Greer, Patrick, and Mack put Harper and Jenkins in the mix and out defense is improved. Now if we can we can sign James Harrison and Osi along with Smith, Lofton, Vilma, Jordan, and whoever we draft and we will have a top ten defense this year. I hope they draft Tyran and either Jordan or Sam Montgomery. I also hope they sign Brady Quinn as backup and Darius Bay. I also hope they get a good replacement for Bushrod.

  • ronnie

    That would be a hell of a cornerback duo. But we need to get bigger up on the defensive line and get some kind of pass rush cause if we don’t quaterbacks will just keep on piling on passing yardage