Offseason, On Air: Raider on the Radio

Paula LehmanCorrespondent IJune 25, 2009

NEW YORK - APRIL 11:  Actor David Boreanaz's during the NHL Live show on XM radio during his visit to the NHL Store Powered by Reebok on April 11, 2008 in New York City.  (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images for the NHL)

If Troy Aikman can do it so can you, Nnamdi Asomugha.

ESPN recently chauffeured Raiders CB Asomugah around the office for their ongoing project "Take Your Athlete to Work Day," showing him the ropes of sports radio.

We've seen a lot of pro athletes find post-pro careers in the field of on-air talent. And unless he's another Jay Bilas who constantly bashes his alma mater and sides with UNC, the Raiders could finally have a friend in mainstream media.

Asomugha is considered one of the league's leading defenders, making 33 tackles this past season. But does he have what it takes to analyze the game?

Asomugha had this to say about his experience: "It was nerve-racking, but I could definitely see myself doing this for a long time after my playing days are over."

Asomugha is still only 28 and his playing days are far from over. But I guess it's never too early to think about the future, especially if you're an athlete prone to injury and early retirement.

Related

    Shazier on Rehab Progress: 'I Got to Get Back'

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Shazier on Rehab Progress: 'I Got to Get Back'

    Scott Polacek
    via Bleacher Report

    Dolphins Place Franchise Tag on WR Jarvis Landry

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Dolphins Place Franchise Tag on WR Jarvis Landry

    Scott Polacek
    via Bleacher Report

    Luck Rules Out 2nd Surgery, Feels 'Awesome'

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Luck Rules Out 2nd Surgery, Feels 'Awesome'

    Timothy Rapp
    via Bleacher Report

    Artificial Deadline Passes for Steelers, Le’Veon Bell

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Artificial Deadline Passes for Steelers, Le’Veon Bell

    Mike Florio
    via ProFootballTalk