Woodson Talks About Asomugha And If He’s a Fit for the Pack

Packers team leader Charles Woodson may be taking a role in trying to get superstar free agent CB Nnamdi Asomugha to become a Packer in 2011.

The veteran CB spoke about Asomugha to Jason Wilde of ESPN, who has never played with anyone but the Raiders, but seems to be on the verge of leaving and going to the next best fit.

Woodson may want Asomugha, but knows that it’s going to be a tough fit for the Pack with some sold young CB’s already on the roster.

“I’m not doing any recruiting. We’ve texted a few times about winning a Super Bowl. Nothing really about his future I don’t know what’s going on about him and Oakland or anything else. When I look at our team and I look at young Sam and Tramon, (I think), ‘Where’s he going to fit? How is that possibly going to work out?’ I think that would be the first question you have to ask.”

And one that Asomugha will know all about going in before he inks with a team like the Super Bowl champs.

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One Response to “Woodson Talks About Asomugha And If He’s a Fit for the Pack”

  1. tim ryan says:

    charlie, I think the packers should be looking at immediately
    is a left tackle. chad is done, we need a left tackle right away.
    i would like to see one with good stock, like clay that can play
    right away, rookie, longevity and comes from a good football family
    that is what we need now!!!

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