With the new movie ‘Crown Heights,’ Nnamdi Asomugha relies on everything he learned from football September 7, 2017 JB Assistant Take a look at this awesome interview with Nnamdi Asomugha, featuring Jonathan Baker, for The Undefeated, an ESPN company. Football taught me so much just about life,” [Nnamdi] said. “The confidence of me being onstage or performing in some sort way … that was nurtured … and blossomed because of football. Just being able to do things that you didn’t think you can do, that you can’t turn around. You have to do it and doing it in front of thousands, and then millions, that are watching. You’re onstage. It’s not that I don’t have the fear, it’s just that I know how to handle the fear, you know? I can have the fear and still think.”... ““One of the interesting things about Nnamdi is how calm and assertive he is,” said executive producer Jonathan Baker, who founded I Am 21 with Asomugha. “He’s an extraordinarily even-keeled individual. His experience with sports created a sense of get-up-and-do-it-again. The discipline. People respond to him as a natural leader, and it’s evident in everything that we do.” — BY KELLEY L. CARTER READ THE FULL FEATURE HERE!