Originally Posted by JonJon
Only if he is willing to sign a cap friendly deal and transition to free safety. He can still be a top player.
I agree with this, but Nnamdi doesn't seem like the type of a guy who would do something like this. The Eagles defensive scheme is horrible though. I have no idea why they thought it would be a good idea to make a guy like Nnamdi who has never been a ballhawk and use him like he's one. He does have more interceptions in his last two seasons with Philadelphia than he did in his last three seasons with Oakland, but he's also given up significantly more big plays through the air. Nnamdi needs to be in a man to man scheme. That's where he excels.