JaMarcus Russell, the first overall pick of the 2007 draft, pretty much ate and purple drank his way through $31.5 million in guaranteed money. The Raiders cut him loose in May 2010, and he had a couple of failed tryouts with

JaMarcus Russell, the first overall pick of the 2007 draft, pretty much ate and purple drank his way through $31.5 million in guaranteed money. The Raiders cut him loose in May 2010, and he had a couple of failed tryouts with

JaMarcus Russell does not want to be remembered as an NFL bust. The former top pick overall by the Oakland Raiders is determined to make sure that doesn't happen. With former NFL receiver Michael Clayton as his mentor and a team of big-name tutors,

But the name most synonymous with that term may be JaMarcus Russell. Russell was selected first overall by the Oakland Raiders in the 2007 NFL draft but, after just three seasons, Russell found himself overweight and out of work. Now, at age 27

Critics of JaMarcus Russell always questioned whether the drive was there. Now, with the former No. 1 pick fighting his way back to playing weight and showing a renewed interest in the game, the question is whether he'll get