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    rm18
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    Who Wants Culpepper?, it said on ESPN News he will not Sign With The Chiefs

    I am thinking maybe the 49ers

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    Guy could not even start in college footballl

    No one wants this loser

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    We could use his on the 49ers.. They need all the help they can get.. But i wouldnt pay this guy to much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    Guy could not even start in college footballl

    No one wants this loser
    Chiefs want him, and it just said on the screen he is skipping todays workout with them for another team but doesn't say who.

    I do not think he is going somewhere to back up because that is why he retired in the first place, he turned down Green Bay back up job.

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    It's a bit late in the season for it - but the 9rs are actually an excellent choice. I think he can still probably play. I think he was dumb in how he handled his injury in Minn - and his arrogance hurt him in Miami. I think with a bit of work he could get back to 90% form, which is 2 INTs or fumbles/game and 2 TD passes. That's definitly an improvement somewhere. I think he deserves another shot - he's proven he is pretty good.

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    Dante is washed up.

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    Dante is better than Brad Johnson

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    ESPN said he wants $10 million, and to be signed past this season.
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    He canceled saying a better opportunity came up...... shows up in Detroit for a workout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rm18 View Post
    I am thinking maybe the 49ers
    God he would be an improvement from anything we have had in the last 4 years!

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    New England

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    Lions confirm Culpepper in for a visit

    by Tom Kowalski Tuesday October 28, 2008, 9:10 AM


    AP File PhotoDaunte Culpepper, who retired prior to the start of the 2008 season, is scheduled to have a workout with the Lions today.
    UPDATED at 11:07 a.m.
    The Lions have finally confirmed an earlier report here that free agent quarterback Daunte Culpeper is visiting the team at its Allen Park practice facility. Whether Culpepper eventually will sign a contract with the Lions is unknown.
    It's not usual for free agents to visit teams Tuesday, the day that clubs continue to maintain their "short list'' in case of injury to other players. Last week, the Lions brought in free-agent quarterback Tim Rattay for a workout.

    What makes the Culpepper situation more interesting is that Culpepper was scheduled to visit the Kansas City Chiefs today, presumably to sign a contract, but he canceled that visit, saying that he had a better offer from another club. Culpepper did not identify that team.
    Culpepper's career took a noticeable downturn when Randy Moss left the Vikings after the 2004 season. In their final season today, Culpepper started 16 games and threw 39 touchdown passes and just 11 interceptions. Without Moss the following season, Culpepper -- in just seven starts -- had six touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
    Culpepper spent the 2006 season with the Miami Dolphins, getting four starts and throwing two touchdowns and three interceptions. Last year, Culpepper started six games with the Oakland Raiders and had five touchdown passes and five interceptions.

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    I don't want to see anymore dumb running QBs in the NFL

    The dumb ruinning QB fever is over

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    Washed. Up.

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