There Is a Starting Job For JaMarcus In The U.F.L

Luis OrtizContributor IAugust 14, 2010

OAKLAND, CA - DECEMBER 13: JaMarcus Russell #2 of the Oakland Raiders walks off the field after calling a time out during their game against the Washington Redskins at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on December 13, 2009 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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JaMarcus Russell had a promising Career ahead of him when he was Drafted First Overall in the 2007 Draft. He signed a $61 million dollar contract with $32 million Guaranteed but we all know nothing is guaranteed not even a Star Quarterback.

Russell has had a less then mediocre preformance as a NFL player and in the past year has had it out with Coaching staff and the Law, and the lastest being question about being in possession of a illegal substance and also admitting to using codeine in a cocktail on ESPN. Its almost the same scenario with alot of collegiate stars that become somewhat of a bust.

The UFL is going into its Sophomore season Signing Former NFL STAR Duante Culpepper which has said that "I could have stayed in the NFL as a back-up but I have a chance to start and prove that I can still play".

There is what Former First Round pick JaMarcus Russell needs is a Rebirth in a way and Playing in the UFL can give him that boost to bring him back to where he first began. A player that has love for the game and is one of the best to ever play the game.

 The UFL is a has the potential to become a succesful league with a lockout in the NFL looming next season everyone is gonna need that football fix, and the UFL could give us what we need. Getting to see of Collegiate stars that don't make the cut in the big League that are trying hard and trying to prove to the scouts of the NFL they have what it takes.

There is a lot of chances for lot's of players in the UFL it should workout to be a minor league system for the NFL DEVELOPMENT. Everyone should give the League a chance, The USFL was Successful this league will be also