Asomugha felt he, Samuel could have fit
"I thought it could have worked, and I still think it could've worked," Asomugha told Eisen. "Everybody keeps saying that, you know, 'No, it can't work, you three, blah blah blah. ' I still thought it could've worked, even coming into this season. Asante and I would talk about it through the offseason, like, we can fix this. ... Now we've got another year under our belt; now we've got time; and then he's gone. So now it's like you don't get that chance to put it back out there. But, you know, it's whatever, and he's happy with where he is."
Samuel was traded to Atlanta. What Asomugha had no clue of was that Samuel wrote himself a one-way ticket out of Philly when he personalized criticism of team president Joe Banner.
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