ESPN’s John Clayton tweets that the Cowboys are becoming “real players in the Nnamdi sweepstakes.”
Adam Schefter noted that the signing of DE Marcus Spears is going to take some money away but Dallas has made plenty of roster moves to afford them a shot at Nnamdi.
NFL Networks Michael Lombardi, who appears to be on Nnamdi Asomguha watch all day, tweets that the Jets have reworked the contracts of Bart Scott, Calvin Pace and Brandon Moore and have cut Mark Brunell in an attempt to land Asomugha.
Lombardi also tweets that the Jets are likely to re-sign Brunell following Asomugha’s decision.
NFL Networks Michael Lombardi tweets that the bidding war for Asomugha has come down to the Jets and Cowboys. He adds that the 49ers have bowed out.
We’ve heard that the Raiders could also be an option but it doesn’t appear that they’re the favorites.
Pro Football Talk refutes some of the previous reports that indicated that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are pursuing CB Nnamdi Asomugha by citing a team source who basically told them that the Buc’s are not in on Nnamdi and haven’t been throughout free agency.
PFT notes that the market for Nnamdi likely includes the Jets, 49ers and possibly the Cowboys. Oh and maybe even the Raiders.
ESPN’s John Clayton tweets that the Jets, Buccaneers, 49ers and some others are all in on the bidding for Nnamdi Asomugha.
Now that the No. 2 cornerback is off of the market, the pressure for star free agent Nnamdi Asomugha is beginning to mount. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that the Jets are trying to get an answer from Asomugha.
NFL Networks Michael Lombardi tweets that it appears to be down to the New York Jets and the San Francisco 49ers but concedes that he thinks the Jets have a better shot at him.
Nnamdi is supposedly willing to take less money to join the Jets but he’s also really fond of the Bay area so the 49ers shouldn’t be written off just yet.