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JaMarcus Russell wants to return to NFL

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He is working with Jeff Garcia and WR Michael Clayton. He still is overweight losing just 12 pounds and down from 328 to 308...which isn't (he was 265 when he last played). I'm sure a thread will be started soon with someone wanting him but no thanks. He is 27 so I guess it's now or never for him.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/8871967/jamarcus-russell-formerly-oakland-raiders-attempting-nfl-comeback

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I'm sure a thread will be started soon with someone wanting him but no thanks.

If we switch to the 3-4, we could use a nose tackle

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I never route against a guy trying to make a comeback, but this is a longshot and that's sugar-coating it.

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He is working with Jeff Garcia and WR Michael Clayton. He still is overweight losing just 12 pounds and down from 328 to 308...which isn't (he was 265 when he last played). I'm sure a thread will be started soon with someone wanting him but no thanks. He is 27 so I guess it's now or never for him.

http://espn.go.com/n...ng-nfl-comeback

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As we remember Jamarcus Russel it's important to remember this was NOT an athletic black guy that failed. This bust was supposed to be a pocket passer.

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He should try working with Jenny Craig instead.

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As we remember Jamarcus Russel it's important to remember this was NOT an athletic black guy that failed. This bust was supposed to be a pocket passer.

Pastor Troy taught me that all black QBs are read-option QBs, so you're wrong here.

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Over 300 pounds, So I guess he got off his Codeine syrup addiction and moved on to Maple Syrup Addiction

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:huh:

32 million guaranteed can buy you a lot of food.

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32 million guaranteed can buy you a lot of food.

I think it had to do more with the math there.......

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I think it had to do more with the math there.......

haha I didn't notice...

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Patriots will sign him

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No QB should ever talk about a comeback when they weigh over 300 lbs.

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I'm all for Russell returning to the NFL as long as he's the guy pouring me a beer at the stadium.

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He beat us /facepalm

We really are fing cursed.

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he sucks...i forgot that he beat us...reid should of been fired after that game....

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Astonishing. 12 Pounds Lost in 3 Years!!

He's ready guys

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He beat us /facepalm

We really are fing cursed.

Yeah but don't forget that one year we needed a miracle win from Oakland over Tampa Bay and Russell came through sending us to the playoffs.

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Looking back at his career, mainly 2008, he had some very good games so what the hell happened. How come he couldn't play like this all the time? Maybe if he started his career elsewhere and not in Oakland could his career been salvaged at the time? In 2009 he didn't ANY games that came close to the ones below. He was awful.

2008:

111.1 QB rating, 17/26, 180 yards, 2td/0int vs. Denver (loss)

93.3 QB rating, 9/19, 156 yards, 1td/0int, 1 rushing td vs Buffalo (loss)

88.6 QB rating, 17/30, 203 yards, 1td/0int vs. NYJ (loss)

88.4 QB rating, 15/22, 156 yards, 0td/0int vs. Miami (loss)

149.1 QB rating, 10/11, 152 yards, 1td/0int vs. Denver (win)

85.7 QB rating, 17/32, 242 yards, 2td/1int vs. New England (loss)

128.1 QB rating, 14/21, 148 yards, 2td/1int vs. Houston (win)

98.9 QB rating, 14/21, 148 yards, 2td/1int vs. TB (win - helped Eagles into playoffs)

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he sucks...i forgot that he beat us...reid should of been fired after that game....

We lost a ugly game 13-9. We couldn't score, settled for field goals. He did't beat us. He had a 68.9 QB rating, 1td/2int. He did however benefit from YAC because his recievers made some huge plays. Zach Miller had 139 yards and a 86 yard TD. Fargas and Bush ran all over us.

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Looking back at his career, mainly 2008, he had some very good games so what the hell happened. How come he couldn't play like this all the time? Maybe if he started his career elsewhere and not in Oakland could his career been salvaged at the time? In 2009 he didn't ANY games that came close to the ones below. He was awful.

2008:

111.1 QB rating, 17/26, 180 yards, 2td/0int vs. Denver (loss)

93.3 QB rating, 9/19, 156 yards, 1td/0int, 1 rushing td vs Buffalo (loss)

88.6 QB rating, 17/30, 203 yards, 1td/0int vs. NYJ (loss)

88.4 QB rating, 15/22, 156 yards, 0td/0int vs. Miami (loss)

149.1 QB rating, 10/11, 152 yards, 1td/0int vs. Denver (win)

85.7 QB rating, 17/32, 242 yards, 2td/1int vs. New England (loss)

128.1 QB rating, 14/21, 148 yards, 2td/1int vs. Houston (win)

98.9 QB rating, 14/21, 148 yards, 2td/1int vs. TB (win - helped Eagles into playoffs)

So in his best season he only cracked 200 twice with a high of 242? Super-bust.

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