No not really, just seems he is hanging with his friends in Mobile, Alabama and showing off his Rolls-Royce. His time in the National Football League given him a beautiful car and now unemployment. Jamarcus Russell is trying to move on after being cut by the Oakland Raiders, establishing himself as arguably the biggest bust of all time. It's a sad story for a guy who was the first overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, after being named MVP of the 2007 Sugar Bowl and finishing 21-4 as a starter at Louisiana State University. After signing a contract worth $61 million, $32 million guaranteed, Russell finished 7-18 as a starter in three seasons with the Raiders. He was released this past May. What a letdown for a team looking for a franchise player, someone to change their recent fortunes. They'll have to keep searching, although they are optimistic about the recent surge by running back Darren McFadden, drafted fourth overall in 2008 out of the University of Arkansas. Hopefully for the Raiders, Al Davis can change his drafting plan and start taking some football players, rather than athletes with egos.