It was interesting to hear Asomugha say that the 2011 Eagles organization has a "championship feel to it."
What does he know about championships?
He didn't win one in Oakland, college or high school.
Seymour is the Raiders' real defensive impact player, and he spreads it to his teammates. Last year he went to training camp early to show young defensive linemen Matt Shaughnessy and Lamarr Houston how it's done.
When did Asomugha ever do that?
I always heard of him reaching out to Charles Woodson and Ronnie Lott to get better, but never his teammates. Maybe Chris Johnson and Stanford Routt would have learned their craft a little faster if he did. Asomugha did his job, no doubt, but Seymour made his teammates do their job while doing his.
Who are you going to listen to anyway?
Will it be the great player or the great player who has won championships?
I guess Asomugha can't teach anyone how to win until he does himself.
That's why he's leaving.