|Net Worth:||$2.5 million|
|Date of Birth:||August 9, 1985|
|Occupation:||American Football Quarter Back|
Jamarcus Trenell Rusell is a former American footballer and earned his wealth through this career. He played as a quarterback player in NFS. He was the best player of his college at LSU for finishing 21-4 as a beginner of the match and became a leading light in MVP of sugar bowl in 2007.
In 2007 NFL draft Rusell was selected by the Oakland Raiders because of his exceptional and wonderful performance for worth $61 million and $32.5 million as a guaranteed compensation. He was peaked on the topmost busts in NFL history.
Unfortunately, Due to his working ethics issues, he was released by the Raiders in 2010.
As of 2019, Jamarcus Russell’s net worth is estimated about 2.5 million.
Jamarcus was born in Mobile, Alabama on August 9, 1985. He went to Lillie B. Williamson High School and played football under the training of Coach Bobby Parrish, and learned amazing lessons which helped him defeat the powerful players and won all the games.
During his freshman year, he worked hard and completed the junior level passes and touchdowns and took the school to achieve championship stage. In 2003 he became LSU Tigers 28th and final recruit by committing Louisiana State University over Florida State University. By the next football season in 2005 Rusell has grown up to the desirable player as a quarterback and improved statistically. In his sophomore year, he again achieved success without a miss and let his team reach the semi-finals.
In 2010, he became overweight and released by the team. He wanted to join Miami dolphins and Washington redskins but the attempt remained unsuccessful.
As of 2019, Jamarcus Russell’s net worth is roughly about 2.5 million.
Rusell is a son to Bobby Lloyda a machine operator in a furniture factory and Zina L.Rusell Anderson who was a law firm secretary. Besides that Robert Jordan formerly of the Oakland raiders is the cousin of Jamarcus. Ray Ray Rusell a DJ and radio host for WBLX the Alabama based station.
Rusell is a man of big heart and pure soul. During hurricane Katrina, Jamarcus housed hundreds of evacuees in New Orleans.
Unfortunately, he was arrested in 2010 from his home in Mobile Alabama for keeping codeine syrup in his possession without any prescription which caused him great loss and he couldn’t catch on another NFL session.
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He was awarded multiple awards
- He received player of the year award in 2005 by Columbus Touchdown Club.
- He Achieved 4x SEC Player Of The Week Awards in 2005 and 2006.
- He got Manning Award In 2006
- Jamarcus also achieved O’Brien Awards In 2006.
Jamarcus Russell’s main source of income was generated from his football career. He played well for his school and college on the quarterback position. He earned a good amount of money from this profession, but due to his working ethics, he suffered a great loss. Besides this, he was also overweight and was not fit for playing football anymore. After the release from raiders, he lost his entire career and then never played NFL team.