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Video: JaMarcus Russell Begins His Comeback

According to reports, JaMarcus Russell has been working with TEST Academy West, and former NFLers Jeff Garcia and Marshall Faulk to get his career back on track. Aaron Nagler of the Bleacher Report has the task of documenting the comeback through the video lens, and he released this trailer Monday. Watch it here.
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MickeyMouse - 22 months ago
I WISH THE SAINTS WOULD PICK HIM UP...
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UKWildcatsFAN - 22 months ago
His drop back is way to slow for him to play in the league. I've seen H.S. kids with better feet work. Has a LONG way to go if he wants to even get on a canadian team.
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rzd30 - 22 months ago
From ever QB I have ever seen his arm strength and God given talent were the best I ever saw in person, and that is objectively speaking, he completely outplayed Brady Quinn in the Sugar Bowl. like everyone else said get the weight down and fix the attitude, at I believe 27 he still has time. Wish all the luck to him.
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TJRibMe - 22 months ago
Comeback montage needs the final countdown.
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dreaux - 22 months ago
What an arm. Hope it doesn't go to waste.
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mcpotiger - 22 months ago
Good Luck JR.
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BoudreauxinGA - 22 months ago
I don't see the cockiness. I think it remains to be seen whether or not he can be in the NFL again, but I admire his willingness to try. If Michael Vick can return, then all hope is not lost for Ja Marcus. It's going to take a lot of work and dedication. This is an interesting story to follow.
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bigapplebigeasy - 22 months ago
obviously still way too cocky for a man considered the greatest bust in nfl history. 0% he throws another football in the nfl, unless there's a monumental change in his attitude. jeff garcia says, "we're gonna break him down . . ." patting that behemoth on the butt for throwing a pass? seems more making sure jr keeps paying for a very expensive game of pitch and catch.
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lsu480 - 22 months ago
He could run LSUs offense with that one pass.....
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OC Tiger - 22 months ago
Drops and throws don't look bad...still WAAAAY too chunky, though.
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BayouBlue - 22 months ago
Wish him the best!
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aVatiger - 22 months ago
getting stronger now!
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Blah Blah Blah Dude - 22 months ago
I would like to see Jon Gruden doing the coaching; that would be worth watching.
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stonedbegonias - 22 months ago
Best of luck JaMarcus.
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