Well, JaMarcus Russell finally got some good news.
A Mobile, Alabama Grand Jury decided there was not enough evidence to indict the former No. 1 overall pick following his arrest in July 5th for possession of codeine syrup without a valid prescription, according to WKRG in Mobile.
It’s hard to imagine this will speed up his return to the NFL, but we wouldn’t count anything out. If Adam “Pacman” Jones can get three chances in the NFL (and made good on his third), then Russell is bound to wind up in some team’s training camp in the next few years.