Widely considered the top free agent still available, chances are every team in the league will be legitimately interested in signing Nnamdi Asomugha.
Many of those won't do much to pursue Asomugha based on his high salary demands, but teams like the Texans, Lions, Saints, Patriots, Eagles, Redskins, Seahawks, Rams, Buccaneers and Cowboys might be willing to throw a lot of money at the former Raiders star.
There has even been speculation that the Jets, who have some guy named Darrelle Revis prowling the field, could be interested in Asomugha.
While a quick look at Asomugha's stats would tell you he is an average corner at best, the numbers don't tell half the story.
In other words, he lacks stats because teams like to completely avoid his side of the field. After a 2006 season in which he recorded eight interceptions and 11 pass deflections, quarterbacks got wise.
Because of a contract clause that Asomugha did not complete, his contract with the Raiders was voided. ESPN reports:
"To achieve his incentives, Asomugha had to play in a greater number of defensive plays in 2010 than he did in 2009, and this season Asomugha played in only 14 games whereas he played in all 16 in 2009. He also could have achieved his incentives by improving upon on his interceptions, fumble recoveries or sacks this season -- but he didn't have any interceptions, fumble recoveries or sacks this season."
Since that occurrance, Asomugha seems open to going elsewhere and may have his sights set on a Super Bowl-caliber team.
Even though Asomugha will command a pricey contract, chances are there will be many teams vying for his services.