If Nnamdi Asomugha had his way, he'd be a New York Jet, Peter King of Sports Illustrated reports. Pairing him up with Darrelle Revis and Rex Ryan's defensive unit, then letting loose on opposing AFC offenses would be something else to watch. Unfortunately for Asomugha, the Jets have bigger priorities (cornerback is hardly their weakness) and might not have enough cap space to pursue the lockdown corner.
So Asomugha might have to look elsewhere. There are several options.
Houston Texans: No one needs more help in pass defense. The Texans have been desperate for good cornerback help for eons. They need a defender that'll make Peyton Manning's life difficult. Asomugha could fill an area of need for Houston, and they should have the cap space flexibility to sign him.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: This defense is starting to stack up again in the front seven. Now it's time to shore up the secondary. Tampa has a lot of cap flexibility, and Asomugha is just the type of player that can return the Bucs to preeminence in the NFC South.
Dallas Cowboys: Jerry Jones probably has the money to offer Asomugha, but does he have the talent to entice him? Dallas has endured some rough patches the past few seasons, and I don't know if he'd be interested in being part of the mega-free agent plan that Jones so often embarks on to solve his problems.
Philadelphia Eagles: Asomugha to the Eagles has been a popular rumor for forever, because it's the Eagles and who doesn't want to play for the Eagles because it's Philly brah. But there hasn't been much chatter other than DeSean Jackson lobbying his fellow Cal Bear. This is probably the coldest rumor of them all.
Balitmore Ravens: Baltimore just cut about a thousand people ten minutes ago. I wonder why they would do that.
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