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Asomugha setting the bar in Raiders secondary

It's two weeks before the Raiders open the regular season against Detroit. Most of the players have left the field and are preparing to go home for the day. Not Nnamdi Asomugha.

As has been his habit for the past several years, the veteran cornerback remained behind and continued to work out for nearly another 30 minutes. Asomugha, who entered the NFL as a first-round draft pick in 2003, didn't fully develop into a top-flight cornerback until last season when he led Oakland with eight interceptions. It was a season worthy of Pro Bowl recognition, but Asomugha wasn't...

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