Nnamdi Asomugha ready to ressurect his career

San Francisco 49ers cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha says he’s going to turn things around after performing poorly in Philly over the past two years.

“There’s a drive, there’s a hunger inside of me that says, ‘I know what I can do and I’m going to get it done,’ ” Asomugha said of his signing with the 49ers. “So, regardless of what others are saying or how others are feeling, I’m just going to make it happen.”

Asomugha says he’s knows how he can improve as a player.

“I know what went wrong (in Philadelphia) and I know what I can do,” Asomugha said. “It’s not a see-what-happens-out-there sort of thing. It’s going to happen.”

Asomugha believes he can turn his career around.

“I had a tough two years my first two in Oakland, and these two in Philly felt much longer than those two years,” Asomugha said. “But, having been through that before, I know that I’ve got what it takes to turn it around … and put a stamp on something like no one would have ever imagined.”

I think Asomugha will turn things around now that he’s back in the bay area.  I think Philadelphia wasn’t a good fit for him.