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Unless for some reason JaMarcus Russell makes some kind of miraculous comeback, he will most likely go down as the biggest draft bust in NFL history.
After having a stellar collegiate career at LSU, Russell was selected with the 1st overall pick in the 2007 NFL draft. It is now 2010 and JaMarcus Russell is already out of the National Football League.
He has recently worked out for the Washington Redskins, but it was most likely nothing more than to scare Donovan McNabb into playing better or to secure a back-up position.
JaMarcus Russell never even came close to meeting the expectations of the elite starting quarterback that he was suppose to become.
Throughout three seasons in the NFL, Russell had a starting quarterback record of 7-18 while throwing for 4083 yards, 18 touchdowns and 23 interceptions.
He also had a completion percentage of 52.1 and a QB rating of 65.2. In 31 games, 25 of those being starts, Russell only averaged 131.7 yards per game.
Only four years after being drafted, JaMarcus Russell is already considered as one of the biggest busts the National Football League has ever seen.