JaMarcus Russell: Former Raiders Quarterback Tries Out With Washington
JaMarcus Russell, the former top overall pick in the NFL draft tried out for the Washington Redskins during their bye week.
The move is a little puzzling as Washington already has Donovan McNabb and Rex Grossman at the position and especially after coach Mike Shanahan said that McNabb wasn't in good enough shape to run the two minute drill and Russell has always been notoriously out of shape.
Russell was let go by the Raiders and replaced by former Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell and times are tough for the former LSU Tiger. I'm not sure if they're going to sign him, but if they do, it's just another reason to shake your head if you're a fan of the Redskins.
He's already stolen enough money as an NFL player, hasn't he? I'm sure Al Davis and company would be willing to tell you what they think about Russell's skills as an NFL quarterback. It's clear he just doesn't have what it takes, especially when it comes to work ethic.
But Brian DiTullio asked the question, with the lack of faith in McNabb and Russell possibly coming in, who's the best option for the Redskins?
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