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Don’t expect to see Asomugha and Revis join forces

Nnamdi Asomugha, Golden Tate

Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha made some waves last offseason when he talked about joining forces with Darrelle Revis in New York at some point “in the future.”

Now that Asomugha is headed for free agency, speculation has picked up in New York about pairing the best two cornerbacks in football.  Fortunately for the rest of the AFC, it’s unlikely to happen.

Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News has sources that says a marriage is unlikely.  Asomugha will surely look to match Revis’ big contract, which makes a deal very tough to imagine.   The Jets are expected to focus more on keeping their own guys, like free agent Antonio Cromartie.

David White of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote on Twitter Monday that he believes Asomugha will end up with the Jets or Packers.

“I know him well.  . . . Mark it down,” White said.

So those are apparently the teams  Asomugha wants to play for.  Considering the money Packers G.M. Ted Thompson has invested in Charles Woodson and Tramon Williams, Asomugha probably won’t get his wish.

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  1. birdbrainsnj says: Jan 11, 2011 11:24 AM

    He’ll be an eagle. Big hole at corner and plenty of money.

  2. 8man says: Jan 11, 2011 11:25 AM

    The Jets don’t need him. They already have the best player in the game.

    Revis will shut down one of the Patriot wide outs this Sunday and Ryan’s superior coaching and steller defense will give Brady fits.

    “Mark it down……”

  3. krow101 says: Jan 11, 2011 11:25 AM

    He’s narrowed it to 3 teams… Jets, Packers, and the one that offers him the most money.

  4. pervyharvin says: Jan 11, 2011 11:27 AM

    Ted Thompson us way too cheap to acquire Asomugha. Ziggy on the other has his check book ready. Welcome to the Vikings Nnamdi, you can pick off the Packer Muppet for years!

  5. chapnastier says: Jan 11, 2011 11:27 AM

    Dallas should cut Newman and pay him whatever he wants.

  6. bluestree says: Jan 11, 2011 11:28 AM

    The thought of Nnamdi locking down one corner with Williams on the other and Woodson covering the slot and generally reeking havoc is too good to be true.
    And that’s what it is. Too good to be true.

  7. aldavisrighthandsockpuppet says: Jan 11, 2011 11:28 AM

    is he the same Asomugha that al reached for in the first round? The same Asomugha that was a safty in college and Al convertted to corner? He will stay in oakland ,AL will overpay him to stay.

  8. mkepackfan says: Jan 11, 2011 11:28 AM

    Not going to happen…goes against TT’s “draft, develop, & re-sign your own talent” system.

    And before anyone accuses TT of being “cheap”, the young talent he re-signs (Rodgers, Jennings, Bishop, Collins, T Williams) IS our version of free agency.

  9. kcsam76 says: Jan 11, 2011 11:29 AM

    Isn’t this all the same speculation we went through a couple of years ago when Asomugha’s contract was up?

    Listen, he was expected to leave last time, and he didn’t. Al will pay him, just like he did before. He isn’t going to let him walk like he did C Wood several years back.

    There is nothing Al loves more than solid CBs, he’ll get Asomugha back if he has to pay him $20 Mil a year (right or wrong, but that is a different story….).

    Besides, Asomugha said he wants to retire a Raider and see the organization turn things around. He went to school at Berkeley, so his home is in the East Bay. Asomugha once again in the Silver and Black.

  10. jbl429 says: Jan 11, 2011 11:30 AM

    hopefully he comes to New York, but to play for the Giants.

  11. gypjet says: Jan 11, 2011 11:32 AM

    He is a great player, when he is not broken. I wouldn’t pay him huge money without meeting playing time incentives.

  12. mooney24 says: Jan 11, 2011 11:34 AM

    The Jets let Revis, their home grown franchise player, hold out for weeks because they found his demands outrageous.

    This led to Revis rushing back where he hurt his hamstring and hampered his regular season. You’re telling me that they’re going to give the other widely believed shut-down corner in the league the same kind of money (which he will be seeking)?

    What logic does David White subscribe to? How can he just say that with even an ounce of certainty?

  13. whitemike55 says: Jan 11, 2011 11:34 AM

    HOUSTON TEXANS!!!!

    Do pay him Rick!

    Texas has not sales tax, warm weather, great stadium, and football fans that are hungry for a winner!

  14. smellsmalicious says: Jan 11, 2011 11:35 AM

    bring this dude to philly. come on roseman, you won’t!!

  15. dbellina says: Jan 11, 2011 11:36 AM

    Vikings should sign him and move Winfield to safety. Won’t happen, but it would be sick!!

  16. radrntn says: Jan 11, 2011 11:40 AM

    lets see the raiders now have 26 free agents, no head coach, traded the 2011 1st rd pick, and I am suppose to believe there is going to be football in 2011…….the writing is on the wall.

  17. johnthebiscuit says: Jan 11, 2011 11:40 AM

    He would look good in the Black & Gold

  18. mike83ri says: Jan 11, 2011 11:41 AM

    He wants to play for a winner but wants to get paid a boatload. Not gonna happen. The good teams don’t spend that much in free agency.

  19. Keyser Söze says: Jan 11, 2011 11:42 AM

    David White is the SanFran Chronicle’s beat writer for the 49ers. He used to be Raiders beat writer for the same rag. There’s a reason for that. No one except Nnamdi agent knows where he “wants” to go. Too early to tell….

  20. knucklebucket says: Jan 11, 2011 11:42 AM

    He would look great in a Patriots uniform although I doubt they would pay him what he wants.

  21. zappa69 says: Jan 11, 2011 11:45 AM

    Why would this guy want to go to Green Bay? Great fans, good organization, a much above average QB? What about the awful weather, crappy housing, terrible schools, and disdain for minorities during the off season? Go to Miami, Atlanta, Tampa, or even Dallas before GB. Green Bay is just a midwest version of Buffalo.

  22. camprobot says: Jan 11, 2011 11:50 AM

    Bringing him to Philly isn’t going to change the fact that they still have 3 backup QB’s on their roster. Can’t win that way no matter how good your corners are.

  23. bradyisgod says: Jan 11, 2011 11:52 AM

    “8man says:
    Jan 11, 2011 11:25 AM
    The Jets don’t need him. They already have the best player in the game.

    Revis will shut down one of the Patriot wide outs this Sunday and Ryan’s superior coaching and steller defense will give Brady fits.

    “Mark it down……” ”

    Sooooo…I guess the Jets just laid down last month than????

  24. packerrube13 says: Jan 11, 2011 11:55 AM

    8man says:
    Jan 11, 2011 11:25 AM
    The Jets don’t need him. They already have the best player in the game.

    Revis will shut down one of the Patriot wide outs this Sunday and Ryan’s superior coaching and steller defense will give Brady fits.

    “Mark it down……”
    ————————————————–

    Jesus Christ some people just don’t get it. Is that how it went down a month ago? 45-3? Ringing any bells in that empty wasteland you call a brain?

    Al Harris got cut, saving the Packers 4.2 million next year in base salary. Hawk makes 10 million next year, and with Bishop being resigned, and Barnett assumed to be returning, hawk will either restructure and take a huge pay cut, or be released. Assuming Hawk is released, 14.2 million to Aso seems legit, and they wouldn’t be out a penny from what was expected. Don’t count out TT, he did go get Woodson and look how well that turned out! And with Woodson nearing that time to move to safety with Collins, they need a top tier corner to pair with Tramon to make this defense purrrr at a high level again like they have the last two years. Do not count out the Packers yet. I know TT is tight and likes the draft, and he has done well with it, but don’t count them out yet.

    Yes, most likely he goes to Houston, Dallas, or stays in Oakland. But don’t count out the Green and Gold. He and Woodson are very tight, from their time together in 2003-2005.

  25. ny82jy says: Jan 11, 2011 12:01 PM

    He would be great on Pitt. Could u imagine that d with him polamalu, harrison, woodley etc. As a jet fan id love it but no way it happens, they have to many other guys to sign..

  26. dirtbaggery says: Jan 11, 2011 12:02 PM

    He’ll be tampa bays only free agency pick up, put him opposite talib and they’ll be strong.

  27. fat4jc says: Jan 11, 2011 12:03 PM

    @johnthebiscuit – the Steelers will NEVER pay that kind of money for him. They need to get Woodley a new contract!

  28. emoney826 says: Jan 11, 2011 12:05 PM

    Don’t tease me with the thought of him in green and gold. At least Ye wants to play for a winning organization and not some bums to the west of us. That team needs to rebuild, something that will take a few years to do. By then, he’ll have lost a step or two.

  29. psujay says: Jan 11, 2011 12:11 PM

    He’ll probably end up on the Eagles. Andy Reid loves CBs, and they are under last year’s salary floor so when the new CBA hits it’s not even like they have money to spend, they HAVE to spend the money (especially if there’s a rookie wage scale so they’re only spending like $5M total on all of their draft picks instead of $10M on the first pick). They have a glaring hole across from Asante, and if Nnamdi were there teams would actually have to throw at Asante, instead of the current practice of throwing anyone else because the other corners terrible.

    He would go well on the Steelers, but I would think the Steelers would be more interested in upgrading their Oline than their defense at this point, as their defense is elite already. Imagine how good Ben would be if his lineman guarded him like he was in a restroom with an underage woman.

    GB would be pretty incredible, but it’s hard to imagine a team putting that much money in CBs when they have two great players already at the position and a whole bunch of offensive skill position guys to sign. (Granted, I’m not a Packers fan, so I don’t really know who is coming up for extension, but I can’t imagine amongst all of their young talent no one is due for an extension in the next two to three years).

    He’d do well on the Jets, as Ryan has already proven he knows how to maximize the value of a corner and that he believes against Manning and Brady you need two great corners. Nnamdi would eliminate the head scratching moments that Cromartie gives you…when Cromartie isn’t make amazing plays that is.

  30. chucknoll says: Jan 11, 2011 12:12 PM

    i agree wit johnthebiscuit but that wud NEVER happen

  31. harrisonhits2 says: Jan 11, 2011 12:13 PM

    ROFL yeah please let the Jets sink that much money into 2 corners. When they’re in cap hell and have to let a half dozen other players go as a result, I’d be laughing as I watched the depth on their roster disappear.

  32. raiderinpa says: Jan 11, 2011 12:14 PM

    johnthebiscuit says:
    Jan 11, 2011 11:40 AM
    He would look good in the Black & Gold
    ———————-
    Meaning the Saints??

  33. huejackson says: Jan 11, 2011 12:20 PM

    This is such a non story its not even funny.
    Asomough is not GOING TO ANY OF YOUR TEAMS! He is staying with the raiders and why would u want him anyways If a raider fan mentioned his name 2 weeks ago all u people would say he sucksor overated. Now that u think he has chance to join your team all of sudden he is awsome now

  34. kev86 says: Jan 11, 2011 12:22 PM

    Him and Corey Webster would make a solid duo. Put Terrell Thomas at the nickel and G-Men would look good. Mix in Rolle and a healthy Kenny Phillips. Not too shabby.

  35. A.R. Duckworth says: Jan 11, 2011 12:22 PM

    If i was in Asomugha’s position i wouldn’t go after the big pay check. He got paid more than enough last season for any reasonable human to live on (though football players are hardly reasonable) and go to a sure fire play off team. Someone like NE or the Steelers.

    Even if he likes the money i’d also take less and go to team that often makes the play-offs.

    I don’t expect that to happen. I think Crazy Al undead Davis will flash an oversized novelty cheque in front of his face and make him very rich

  36. teal379 says: Jan 11, 2011 12:23 PM

    He wants to get paid but go to a winner – problem is winners don’t need his services as bad as a lesser team that’s willing to pay for the upgrade.

    Would I like to see him in GB? Sure but GB already has the #7 passing defense in the league. Is his salary worth moving up maybe 1 or 2 spots? Would it be the missing piece between wherever they end up and a Superbowl? I think not.

  37. Wisconsin77 says: Jan 11, 2011 12:29 PM

    Packers? Is that a joke? Not unless he comes at a steep bargain, like Woodson did due to his injury problems at the time.

  38. joetoronto says: Jan 11, 2011 12:30 PM

    gypjet says: Jan 11, 2011 11:32 AM

    He is a great player, when he is not broken. I wouldn’t pay him huge money without meeting playing time incentives.
    *******************************************************
    Good point, gypjet.

    He’s been injured more and more as he’s gotten older. At 30, he doesn’t have allot of good years left and he wasn’t a burner to begin with.

    He’ll be playing safety in the near future and he’ll be a good one for a few years.

    I’d rather the Raiders let him go now and save a boatload of money.

  39. snnyjcbs says: Jan 11, 2011 12:32 PM

    Revis had 109 balls tossed his way in 2009 ALONE. If you add up ALL THE PASSES TOSSED NNAMDI’S WAY IN YEARS 2007, 2008, 2009 AND 2010 they do not add up to 109.

    That my friend is a shut down corner, Nnamdi did not allow 1 TD this year and only allowed 10 completions for one hundred some yards ALL YEAR.

    So lets stop the BS about Revis and start putting OUT THE FACTS. Nnamdi will re-sign with the Raiders long before he ever hits Free Agency, and Revis ? lol.

  40. snnyjcbs says: Jan 11, 2011 12:35 PM

    Last point, after the Jets are Humiliated for the second time this season by New England nobody will care to play there anyway. They are all show and no go. Low Class is another word that comes to mind. Tell the coach I found him a person for that three some he was advertising for with his wife lol.

  41. SpartaChris says: Jan 11, 2011 12:37 PM

    I fully expect Ted Thompson to make a play for him, but what he won’t do is over-pay, and thereby gamble the Packer’s future for one guy. If he can get a deal, he will, but not at the cost of putting the Packers in salary cap hell two or three years down the line.

    I know fans love to criticize Ted Thompson for being frugal, but if you look at the talent he signs and develops, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see his method works. Better yet, most of the Packers top talent is signed for several more years, which means they should be competitive for a long time to come.

  42. holyinconsistent says: Jan 11, 2011 12:39 PM

    Take a paycut and play with Troy in the burgh…do you want a ring or not?

  43. SpartaChris says: Jan 11, 2011 12:41 PM

    psujay says:
    Jan 11, 2011 12:11 PM
    GB would be pretty incredible, but it’s hard to imagine a team putting that much money in CBs when they have two great players already at the position and a whole bunch of offensive skill position guys to sign. (Granted, I’m not a Packers fan, so I don’t really know who is coming up for extension, but I can’t imagine amongst all of their young talent no one is due for an extension in the next two to three years).
    ===================================
    Both Charles Woodson and Tramon Williams signed extensions this season, and Sam Shields is an undrafted rookie. We have a few years before our top CB’s deals are up.

  44. hail21 says: Jan 11, 2011 12:45 PM

    Come on now kids. We all know that Danny Boy is going to fire up the Redskins One, fly out to Oaktown, woo the heck out of him, offer him another rediculous “Haynesworth”ish contract and he will be taking his talents to Landover in 2011 or whenever we decide to play football again…

    …and then because we are cursed with the worst owner in sports, Asomugha will probably suffer a career ending injury in week 2… ugh

  45. silverdeer says: Jan 11, 2011 12:49 PM

    krow101 had it right although his order was a bit off. Asomugha’s three favorites are:

    1. The team that will pay him the most money.
    2. The team that will pay him the most money.
    3. The Jets or the Packers (whichever will pay him the most money)

  46. ninersrule says: Jan 11, 2011 12:52 PM

    SF needs to get this guy

  47. click1977 says: Jan 11, 2011 12:56 PM

    Watch for the up and coming Detroit Lions to sign him. They need secondary help bad! They have plenty of money to throw his way and they are going to be a playoff team next season. MARK IT DOWN!

  48. packerbacker12 says: Jan 11, 2011 1:00 PM

    “Ted Thompson us way too cheap to acquire Asomugha. Ziggy on the other has his check book ready. Welcome to the Vikings Nnamdi, you can pick off the Packer Muppet for years!”

    I would much rather have a GM like Thompson who uses money to re-sign his own players rather then Ziggy who just wastes all his money on players who don’t deserve it ie. Bernard Berrian, Madieu Williams.

  49. sirsupersouthern says: Jan 11, 2011 1:01 PM

    What about Indy? They placed 10 DBs on IR this year…

  50. acmepacker says: Jan 11, 2011 1:10 PM

    mkepackfan says:
    Jan 11, 2011 11:28 AM
    Not going to happen…goes against TT’s “draft, develop, & re-sign your own talent” system.

    And before anyone accuses TT of being “cheap”, the young talent he re-signs (Rodgers, Jennings, Bishop, Collins, T Williams) IS our version of free agency

    And that’s the truth. Well said.

  51. scoob766 says: Jan 11, 2011 1:14 PM

    Nnamdi loves the Bay he will be jumping across it to SF, you heard it here first.

  52. eddyjf says: Jan 11, 2011 1:17 PM

    Jets will get Asomough and pay him a dollar more than Revis who in turn will hold out for a dollar more than Asomough. They both hold out for the entire season. Meanwhile Ryan alternates saying which one is the best CB in the league.

  53. FinFan68 says: Jan 11, 2011 1:29 PM

    I think he will remain a Raider, but if he does leave, the Texans are the most likely landing spot

  54. tdk24 says: Jan 11, 2011 1:30 PM

    Aso stays if we bring back Rob Ryan. Sounds like that is going to happen. Wasn’t it Kiffin that wanted Rob out? Al likes his new coaches to assemble a staff and then Al looks at the list and makes the hire. Hue is doing that right now.

  55. snoiLtiorteD says: Jan 11, 2011 1:41 PM

    Adding him in Detroit would be awesome. Maybe its a “pie in the sky” idea, but imagine drafting a few young pieces in the first 3-4 rounds in April and adding Asomugha. Granted, the deal would probably be close to $100 million, but the Lions have shown they aren’t afraid to spend in the open market. I still believe drafting young talent is ultimately the way to achieve long-term success in the NFL, but Asomugha still has several strong years left. A defense with Suh, Asomugha, and several other young pieces could make some serious noise next year.

  56. Wisconsin77 says: Jan 11, 2011 2:05 PM

    SpartaChris says: Jan 11, 2011 12:37 PM
    I fully expect Ted Thompson to make a play for him, but what he won’t do is over-pay, and thereby gamble the Packer’s future for one guy. If he can get a deal, he will, but not at the cost of putting the Packers in salary cap hell two or three years down the line.

    Not sure if you got the memo yet, but there hasn’t been a salary cap in some time.

  57. huskerguy says: Jan 11, 2011 2:32 PM

    Don’t see him with the Pack but that would be cool. First C-Wood would have to move to safety.

    Now that would be awesome.

    I’d rather spend another solid DL.

  58. stavreafavre says: Jan 11, 2011 3:58 PM

    Packers don’t need him; Thompson uncovered a gem in Shields and just needs to sign him to a new contract, which he will. Vikings meanwhile continue their 50 year-long search for “the missing piece of the puzzle.”

  59. cup0pizza says: Jan 11, 2011 4:16 PM

    He’ll be a Cowboy!

  60. SpartaChris says: Jan 11, 2011 4:45 PM

    Wisconsin77 says:
    Jan 11, 2011 2:05 PM

    Not sure if you got the memo yet, but there hasn’t been a salary cap in some time.
    ============================
    Not sure if YOU got the memo, but the 2010 season was the first uncapped season in a long time, and it’s likely the salary cap will return with a new CBA. Asomougha can’t do anything until a new CBA is in place anyway, and the last day for backloading any new money into the uncapped year expired on January 1.

  61. Beer Cheese Soup says: Jan 11, 2011 5:01 PM

    mkepackfan says:

    Not going to happen…goes against TT’s “draft, develop, & re-sign your own talent” system.
    ____________

    I know it won’t. It would be amazing though. Move the aging but still great Woodson to safety like Leroy Butler, let him be a Polamalu-type and blitz lots while Collins primarily stays over the top, put Asomugha opposite Williams, Shields as the nickel, and best of all get rid of Jarret Bush.. No secondary in the league, including the Jets, could touch that.

    Wishful thinking, I know. It would have been great if that incredible Lynch run went for the Pack instead of the insignificant Seahawks too. Sadly, that’s the price you pay for having Ted. Great draft picks, but no already proven talents.

  62. Beer Cheese Soup says: Jan 11, 2011 5:10 PM

    stavreafavre says:

    Packers don’t need him; Thompson uncovered a gem in Shields and just needs to sign him to a new contract, which he will. Vikings meanwhile continue their 50 year-long search for “the missing piece of the puzzle.”
    ____________

    Shields was indeed a great pickup. It’s a wonder he went undrafted, he’ll be good for years to come.

    However, don’t tell me that Shields is better than, or even comparable to, Asomugha.

    Don’t tell me that just because we don’t per se “need” Asomugha, we shouldn’t make a run at him. He’s the current best there is at his position. ANY team would be lucky to have his talents.

  63. joetoronto says: Jan 11, 2011 5:23 PM

    sirsupersouthern says: Jan 11, 2011 1:01 PM

    What about Indy? They placed 10 DBs on IR this year…
    ********************************************************
    Unfortunately for Colts fans, big dollar deals can’t happen in Indy as long as there’s a salary cap.

    Peyton’s contract eats up a such a big chunk of the cap, that it leaves very little for everyone else.

    That’s why Manning really is the team there.

  64. pervyharvin says: Jan 11, 2011 6:03 PM

    packerbacker12 says:I would much rather have a GM like Thompson who uses money to re-sign his own players rather then Ziggy who just wastes all his money on players who don’t deserve it ie. Bernard Berrian, Madieu Williams.
    ======================================
    Wow, you point out the 2 bad ones and think you are smart? Like Jared Allen,Hutch etc. are flops? You can keep that pale freak GM of yours…you are not as good as you perceive you are..

  65. rayguyreturns says: Jan 11, 2011 7:32 PM

    I have watched this franchise since 1962.

    Wouldn’t blame Nnam for leaving at all. He’s rich, but doesn’t act it. He drives an old Nissan. He’s smart, articulate and a total pro on and off the field.

    He’s tired of Davis jerking the franchise in 100 different directions every year. Nnam wanted Cable back, and true to Al’s nature, Cable was fired. The team was headed in the right direction with Cable and now there are a lot of p.o.’d players that are free agents.
    Nnam probably feels its time to leave this circus. And I don’t blame him. He’s tired of all the dysfunction in Alameda.

  66. rabidbillsfan says: Jan 11, 2011 8:15 PM

    I cannot belive how idiotic some of you are. Moving Woodson to saftey? Woodson is a Man to Man corner! He would never be able to make the transition to saftey. This isn’t Madden ok? I swear that just because football “fans” purchase that game they automatically think they know everything football, how to gameplan, evaluating talent, etc.. Asomugah would be a good fit anywhere, the Raiders don’t have the best saftey play at times so he really is left out on an “island.” So any team would be upgraded with him on the team. I actually think the Texans would be a good fit now that they hired Wade. With solid corner play you can walk Pollard up close and use him in a Robber/Blitzer/Spy role like he should be. Draft a “Rangey” saftey with either of their top 2 picks and instantly this secondary is playable, even with the change from a 4-3 to a 3-4. As a Bills fan I would love to have that type of palyer on my team, but we have too many other holse to spend the cash.

  67. jimmy1smith says: Jan 11, 2011 9:45 PM

    He will never play for the Vikings, he has already been in a hell hole for his whole career, his choice of the Jets or Packers speak to his desire to be on a winning team.

  68. dwhitehurst says: Jan 12, 2011 12:08 AM

    While anyone would love to have Asomugha to take away a third of the field, I’d much rather see the Packers sign a high-priced free-agent OLB like Lamar Woodley to compliment “Bloodline” than Asomugha. Granted, given what they’ll be asking for $$, highly doubtful that either guy would ever end up in Green Bay or with the Jets, unless they signed for reasons other than simply $$. If it were just about money and not about winning, then I’d guess either the Redskins or the Vikings. lol

  69. joetoronto says: Jan 12, 2011 6:07 AM

    rabidbillsfan:

    FYI, Woodson has played safety many times in the past and has done a very good job.

    He’d definitely lost a step and can’t keep up with fast Wr’s anymore.

  70. rabidbillsfan says: Jan 12, 2011 10:37 AM

    @joetoronto

    Just so you know I’m talking about Charles Woodson, NOT Rod Woodson….

  71. Beer Cheese Soup says: Jan 12, 2011 12:13 PM

    joetoronto says:

    rabidbillsfan:

    FYI, Woodson has played safety many times in the past and has done a very good job.

    He’d definitely lost a step and can’t keep up with fast Wr’s anymore.
    ___________

    Very good of you to know that. Apparently most people don’t.

  72. rabidbillsfan says: Jan 12, 2011 1:02 PM

    @ Beer Cheese Soup, joetoronto

    This isn’t a matter if he played saftey at one point or another, this is Woodson making a Full-Time switch to safety. Yes, Woodson has shifted to saftey in diffrent defensive schemes and sets, but he has never moved there Full-Time. Those are two completly diffrent circumstances. I do hope the Packers are stupid enough to move Woodson to saftey, it will be a failure. So keep backing up your FYI’s and such, it doesn’t matter, Woodson will stay at corner.

  73. cobaltdriver says: Jan 12, 2011 8:36 PM

    He’ll take a paycut to play with Woodson.

  74. joetoronto says: Jan 13, 2011 6:27 AM

    rabidbillsfan:

    Dude, just let it go. The more you say, the deeper the hole gets.

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