After practice on Monday, former LSU quarterback JaMarcus Russell was spotted chatting with Myles Brennan at the indoor facility.

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I figure Jarmacus was discussing with Brennan what junk food he should eat to gain weight fast....
Reply18 months
That’s great
Reply18 months
33w <-> 44w
Reply18 months
Sizzuurp!
Reply18 months
I thought tRant told me he was transferring?
Reply18 months
Probably giving him some tips on how gain weight...
Reply18 months
Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll per Ja!
Reply18 months
I actually think he can bring a lot of value to the program. Who better to educate the young players about what it takes to succeed at the college vs pro level. He has admitted as much that he didn't work hard at all in the pros and tried to just get by on talent and arm strength. He quickly found out the repercussions of that. I think his story can be a great one for all young athletes. Just like in life - can't get by on talent alone. Gotta put in the work.
Reply18 months
ETA. . . y'all forget what a beast he was in college. check out the throw at the 2:10 mark. There's not many who can make that off the back leg. LINK
18 months
I was at that game, hell of a night.
18 months
He's got more money and time than he knows what to do with. If he wants to hang out around the program and give free advice to the QBs, have at it.
Reply18 months
Russell was at the NW game, hanging out with recruits in the green room pre and post game.
Reply18 months
Ill never forget when Saban put him in at halftime of the Oregon State game and he went down and scored.
Reply18 months
I'll never forget that walk off game winning td pass in Tuscaloosa. Say what you want about him in the pros, but he was a gamer when he started at LSU.
18 months
I was going to come here and $hit on Jamarcus, and talk about his past and blah blah blah, but you know damn well that if O and company thought he would be a distraction, he wouldn't be anywhere near there, just wish I would have been able to cheer him on in the NFL.
Reply18 months
Jamarcus was a great Tiger. All you haters can shut it. He wasn't great in the NFL but he gave it all in Tiger Stadium.
Reply18 months
100% accurate statement.
18 months
Why didn't he bring The Scarecrow some freakin' food. Obviously, Jamarcus knows where to get food - in Baton Rouge at that.
Reply18 months
Brennan has gained a lot of weight and is going to be the starter next year. Brennan is extremely talented and you can just deal with your hate for Brennan or go find another team with a QB you can get behind. Screw you.
18 months
Rob, I would recommend you go ahead and take 2 chill pills. I love all our QBs. I was making a little joke (apparently "very" little in your estimation). Myles is listed as 207 - I'm assuming they weigh him in pads. I don't want him to get hurt. I think at 6'4", he needs to be in the 215 to 220 pound range to play in the SEC. Carry on.
18 months
Hey Ace, I would recommend you not try to be a comedian because you aren't funny. In addition, people who say stupid shite often try to pawn off their stupidity as if it is a joke someone else doesn't get when they get called on it. I believe you fall into that category. Shove your chill pill right up your ass. Carry on.
18 months
Bama Boy doing some recon for Saban.
Reply18 months
J-Rock rocking the shower shoes with socks.
Reply18 months
Jamarcus trying to tell Brennan the perfect ratio of Sprite to syrup for the perfect mix.
Reply18 months
Don’t listen to a word of what that dude has to say Myles
Reply18 months
I hope he doesn't give Brennan any QB tips.
Reply18 months
Weak. JR was a damn good college QB.
18 months
why? Russell was one of the best QBs to play at LSU. The NFL is an entirely different matter - but at LSU, he was sensational.
18 months
Good to see J. Russell back on campus. Dude is still a monster
Reply18 months
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