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Can Slash Make a Comeback?

PITTSBURGH- NOVEMBER 24:  Quarterback Kordell Stewart #10 of the Pittsburgh Steelers on the field during warm-ups prior to the NFL game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Heinz Field on November 24, 2002 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Pittsburgh won the game, 29-21. (Photo by Tom Pidgeon/Getty Images)
Bob MarleyCorrespondent IJune 26, 2016

I just wanted to post something I heard around last year's draft. In a statement to WCNN 680, Kordell Stewart expressed interest that he would like to make a return to the NFL. Stewart claims that he has been working out and is ready to play again.

Since these comments were made last year, I have no idea if Kordell Stewart still intends to return. Kordell Stewart is now 36-years-old, which is normally retirement age for a quarterback (unless you are Brett Favre, the age is 90). The question now is does Kordell Stewart still have the strength and speed to play in the NFL?

The problem I see is that nobody would want him. If the Steelers were to ever re-sign him, I would have to contemplate suicide. Kordell Stewart is not a game winner, he is a game loser. Slash, if you are by some chance reading this, please stay retired. We know you mean good, but you'll just make it worse.

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