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    Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    He seems to be a smarter guy than many would give him credit for being:

    http://www.profootballtalk.com/2008/08/29/an-open-letter-from-daunte-culpepper/

    That said, after how he handled the seperation from the Vikings:

    Fuck Culpepper
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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    He should not be his own agent.

    I agree, fuck Daunte Culpepper.
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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    Hold your head up DC and don't let them see you beg my friend.
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    What a yutz.

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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    How many people have to tell him to get an agent before he actually listens to this advice?

    He got where he is today by doing things his way...and that's where he will end up...waiting for a call that won't come until someone gets hurt.

    He still sucks donkey nads.
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    Come from the land of the ice and snow...

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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    wow... that comes just shy of getting on your knees and begging.

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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    Maybe he should become a Journalist.
    It appears he enjoys writing letters.
    Maybe he can become the next Dear Daunte.

    Oh yeah, I almost forgot.....Fuck Daunte Culpepper

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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    I bet McDonalds would hire him.
    I don't know how many happy meals he would drop though

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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    I love it.
    When the beginning of training camp came and there was still no interest, I reached out to Commissioner Goodell to see if he had any suggestions. He asked Ray Anderson to check around the league and get back to me.
    Ray told me three things based on his discussions with teams. First of all he said that I should get an agent because teams were not comfortable dealing with me without one. The second thing he told me was that I should be ready to accept the vet minimum and start my career over. The third thing he said was that I would only have an opportunity if someone got hurt. This is why I went to Pittsburgh to work out for the team after Charlie got hurt, so I could see if what Ray Anderson said was true. After a great workout, I was offered the vet minimum with no negotiations. This is when I realized that there is something wrong.
    Ummm, no, there was nothing wrong.
    Ray Anderson specifically told Culpepper to be ready to accept the veteran minimum.
    Yet when this was offered to him, he turned it down.
    Twice.

    If he had accepted the veteran minimum he would be on a roster somewhere.
    Then he would have a chance to prove whether or not he deserves more...
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    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    Whatever.
    He still sucks.
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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    If he thinks some big money contract is going to appear over the horizon I think he is mistaken, he may not have been happy with the offers he has had so far but they both beat the zero dollars he will be earning without a team.

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