Nnamdi Asomugha will forever remain one of the top Cornerbacks to have ever put on a Raiders uniform, and he did so for the last eight years. He was Oakland's strength in the defensive backfield, he seemingly forced opposing QB's to limit their window to one side of the field. Nnamdi has had only intercepted 11 passes in eight years, but don't let the numbers fool you, ie: in 2009 he only saw 18 passes come his way and nine of them were deflected.

Asomugah will be missed, but we all should wish him the best of luck with the remainder of his career, and who knows, maybe he will be playing opposite of Louis Murphey or Heyward-Bey come SuperBowl 46?

On the lighter side Robert Gallery has finally left the O-Line, but that may be an improvement for the Raiders. We got fresh young Talent to stiffen up the front line, so we will wait and see what will happen.

Congratulations Philidelphia, you got a class act in number 21, and I think Dominique Rogers-Cromartie is a good accent to play opposite of Nnamdi. Another great free agent acquisition for them, was signing Vince Young to be Vick's Back-up.