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Eagles releasing Asomugha today.

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I don't know if it would happen. Be he would be good pick up for the Panthers at Vet mini. and could be a good replacement for Gamble. He ain't as good as he use to be and is in his 30s now. But I think he would be a good CB for us with a one year deal. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/03/06/report-eagles-to-cut-asomugha-today/

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Crazy how he went from one of the most prized free agents last year to being released this year.

In fairness, he was not used to his strengths at ALL.

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Vet minimum?

Lol

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if he signs for vet minimum it won't be here

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That is crazy. Wonder if the 49ers will make a play. I assume a lot of teams will.

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if he signs for vet minimum it won't be here

And why not? Is there something wrong us. :devil:

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That is crazy. Wonder if the 49ers will make a play. I assume a lot of teams will.

Remember the 49ers are after Revis right now. Could you imagian how unstoppable the 49ers would be on D if they got Revis and signed Asomugha. The NFC would be doomed. LOL

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Failcons won't be trading for Revis now.

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And why not? Is there something wrong us. :devil:

I don't understand this sentiment either. Do we have cooties or something? If we can offer comparable compensation, why not us? He has already gotten his money, it may come down to where he wants to play. Just maybe, it could be us.

We are an up and coming team. With a Franchise QB and a decent D. He could come here and be successful. That is probably all he wants at this stage of his career. To be happy to come to work, and be successful. We may be able to offer him that.

Aw hell, who am I trying to kid. Most huddlers can't see the forest from the trees. They are still to upset over last year to view our position with any clarity.

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Remember the 49ers are after Revis right now. Could you imagian how unstoppable the 49ers would be on D if they got Revis and signed Asomugha. The NFC would be doomed. LOL

I can't imagine that they could afford both... could anyone?

I mean if they did, that's a minimum of 2 or 3 superbowls for them I think.

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