Oakland Raiders:  Is Nnamdi Asomugha really done as a Raider?

By big ROCK  |   Wednesday, February 23, 2011  |  Comments( 15 )

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The Raiders have a lot of key free agents to sign. Guys like Zach Miller, Michael Bush, Robert Gallery, Michael Huff, and Kamerion Wimbley all will hit the open market when free agency begins. Depending on the CBA some of these guys might be restricted free agents and the Raiders would get a draft pick in return if they sign elswhere. Al Davis...
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07:33 PM
After picking 2 CBs in the draft, it looks less likely that the Raiders will make a serious bid to retain Asomugha. Without a 1st roundpick, they picked used their 1st 3rd rd. and their 1st 4th rd. pick to get them. That shows high need for a CB. Were they intending to replace Nnamdi, that's how they would draft. If they were only looking for insurance, in case he decided to go elsewhere, they might have drafted only one CB. Before the draft, I felt the odds of Oakland seriously trying to retain him were about 50-50. Now, it appears less likely, about 70-30% against. Still, with the unpredictable nature of our owner, it might happen. I believe Asomugha still wants to play here. Al Davis might too, for the right price.
04:54 PM
Yes, Nnamdi is done as a Raider. Finally, this website is done for Raider fans. This website should be called Billsfootball365.
Steve B.
11:35 AM

"A season of progress, achieved despite painful inconsistency that featured as many agonizing lows as exhilarating highs, took one final plunge Saturday afternoon at Rich Stadium, where the Buffalo Bills beat the Raiders, 29-23, before a frozen crowd of 61,923 to advance to next Sunday's AFC title game.

It was the second time in four years that a Raider season ended in Buffalo. But this was nothing like the 51-3 whipping the Raiders took in the 1991 AFC championship game."

How bout dem Raidahs?!
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