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PFT Live: Nnamdi Asomugha and Shaun King

It’s the first summertime edition of PFT Live and we’ll be celebrating with two great guests.

Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha will join Mike Florio for a conversation about how things are looking as he prepares for his second year as a member of the team. Year one was not a great success for player or team, but a full offseason and the Asante Samuel trade have made for a different state of being for the Philly defense.

Former Buccaneers quarterback Shaun King, now with the NBC Sports Network, will also be on the show. We’ll talk to King about the new twists in the bounty case, the Bucs and his thoughts on teams that could surprise in 2012. We’ll also ask an old quarterback if the game will continue to tilt toward the passing game and what he thinks about playing rookie quarterbacks right away.

You can watch it all live at noon ET.

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4 Responses to “PFT Live: Nnamdi Asomugha and Shaun King”
  1. eaglesw00t says: Jun 20, 2012 12:14 PM

    Looking forward to a big year from Asomugha. Hopefully, Castillo admits that Nnamdi isnt a zone corner, and sticks him in man coverage every down this season.

    Big things Nnamdi, big things!

  2. therealtrenches says: Jun 20, 2012 12:36 PM

    Can’t wait for the [completely unwarranted] controversy that will follow Asomugha’s harmless statement that receiver is the “easiest position to play.” Lookout, Naamdi! Miles Austin, Victor Cruz and every other NFL receiver now has bulletin board material! You just ruined the Eagles redemption campaign before it began! Oh no!!

  3. mullman7675 says: Jun 20, 2012 4:12 PM

    Nnamdi is the man, I miss him wearing Silver and Black. Asomugha is a man to man cover corner- that is it. Put him on the #1 receiver and don’t worry about it.

    You have to utilize a players talents, not try to stuff him into a system.

  4. 1trinieagle says: Jun 20, 2012 5:41 PM

    Year two in Juan’s system, a full off-season with Rodgers-Cromatie, Nate Allen and K.Coleman with veteran coach Todd Bowles in the mix. Looking forward to a much more confident Nnamdi on the field this year. Can’t wait to see him work.

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