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Trade Nnamdi Asomugha

  • cciowa
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Originally posted by pwillis52beasty:
People keep saying that Nnamdi has played like crap. He has not played like crap. He has played ok. It's just Brock has balled out.

you keep him for depth, we do not even know what wright has.
  • Kelv
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Asomugha is an excellent 3rd/4th cb so why get rid of him? I actually can't think of anyone better in the league playing that far down the depth chart at the mo. Plus nobody would trade unless they suffered catastrophic injuries and were playoff bound. Never going to happen.
I'd trade him for a bag of Takis
  • Kolohe
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9ers will get a Undrafted conditional pick if he makes the Pr Bowl it could turn into a 7th rounder.
it's still early in the season !

We need all healthy CB's and WR's since we are cursed at those positions
  • cciowa
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Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
it's still early in the season !

We need all healthy CB's and WR's since we are cursed at those positions

bill walsh always said you can never have enough cornerbacks,, esp if you want to make a deep playoff run. those who want to trade him would be the first ones to scream when two of our cornerbacks go down with jason webster twisted ankles
Surprised Baalke hasn't traded him for a 7th...lol
Trade? lol. Hes likely to be released outright in a week or two when players are elevated. He has 0 trade value.
Lol
  • fropwns
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Originally posted by 707Niners:
With the play of Brock these last two weeks, Asomugha has become expendable.
I think it would be a good idea to trade Nnamdi once Eric Wright is activated
A lot of teams need secondary depth, trading him for a 5th or 6th rounder might work

Who are you?

Where did you come from? Your post reads very similar to the alarmist dribble I have read for damn near a decade. In your very post, you mention that many teams need secondary help. So do we. At best we can turn the Nnamdi signing into a positive by keeping him on this team. In addition, while I believe your heart and love for the 49ers is sound, I wonder why it is that you would run the risk, considering the injuries and bumpy start we have had, to jettison a player, take a cap hit, and hope that Eric Wright (At this point in the thread it is my obligation as a veteran of these forums to enter this exhibit into the public debate over this topic:

) is ready to play.
[ Edited by fropwns on Oct 11, 2013 at 9:21 AM ]
Originally posted by pwillis52beasty:
People keep saying that Nnamdi has played like crap. He has not played like crap. He has played ok. It's just Brock has balled out.

No, he's played like crap. Dude has struggled in every facet of the game and I really wanted him to do well.
looong season ahead fellas...
  • cciowa
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Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Trade? lol. Hes likely to be released outright in a week or two when players are elevated. He has 0 trade value.

he has value for us as a back up in my opinion. you do not even know what you got with wright. then even if wright is good you still need depth. there are alot of people wanting to trade him or cut him or whatever but you know who the first ones to scream will be when we have secondary injuries
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by IdahoNiner:
Trade? lol. Hes likely to be released outright in a week or two when players are elevated. He has 0 trade value.

he has value for us as a back up in my opinion. you do not even know what you got with wright. then even if wright is good you still need depth. there are alot of people wanting to trade him or cut him or whatever but you know who the first ones to scream will be when we have secondary injuries

Im not saying if we should or not. Thats for the FO to decide, but i do personally believe he is close to the outside looking in as far as his roster spot is concerned. Simply too many guys returning, and with the emergence of Brock, Nhamdi becomes more expendable. While we all thought our secondary was a weak point in the offseason, it has turned out to be fairly strong. Its really too bad we lost Culliver.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by pwillis52beasty:
People keep saying that Nnamdi has played like crap. He has not played like crap. He has played ok. It's just Brock has balled out.

No, he's played like crap. Dude has struggled in every facet of the game and I really wanted him to do well.

QFT