Former Oakland Raiders top overall draft pick JaMarcus Russell has endured a tough time over the past year. The Raiders released him last April, fans burned his jersey, and he was called a “binge eater.” He was arrested for a felony possession of codeine in July which he was using for his “purple drank” addiction. Oh yeah, then his life coach gave up on him. Given all that, it was no surprise to hear his Oakland mansion was facing foreclosure as of March.
Russell’s mansion is not in foreclosure, but he is attempting to sell it in a short sale, the property’s listing agent tells LBS. It’s a six bedroom five bathroom mansion that’s 5,884 square feet. Here are pictures of JaMarcus Russell’s mansion in Oakland which is listed for $1.6 million:
Nice pile of bricks, huh? You see this giant mansion and think about Russell’s career passer rating of 65.2, and you say to yourself “life isn’t fair.” I know, believe me, I know.
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