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

    He needs an agent. Badly. He also needs some kind of magic over night to fix his small hands and fumbling problems...
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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    What a baby. He cares too much what people think about him ... and thinks too much about himself.
    He had a chance to be something special here with Moss, but I really think he was a big reason Moss was moved. And now where is he? Begging for a job while Moss is shattering records in a fucking Patriots uniform.
    Fuck Daunte Culpepper. He has burned too many bridges with the Vikes and with us as fans for me to offer any well wishes.

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

    Pep will land somewhere. He is the best available back up

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

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    Pep will land somewhere. He is the best available back up
    Not after Bollinger gets cut.


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

    "V4L" wrote:
    Pep will land somewhere. He is the best available back up
    No, he will get offers.
    He won't accept any of them though, because it will be for the Vet minimum.
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    Re: Culpepper's Letter to the NFL Community (as posted on PFT)

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    Pep will land somewhere. He is the best available back up
    No, he will get offers.
    He won't accept any of them though, because it will be for the Vet minimum.
    At minimum I would hope they find a vet put him to sleep

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

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    Pep will land somewhere. He is the best available back up
    No, he will get offers.
    He won't accept any of them though, because it will be for the Vet minimum.
    What is the vet minimum?

    What I do find a bit laughable is that people here insists he needs an agent. I'm not so sure about that.

    People here claim he sux, yet after that devastating knee injury & while still being crippled up with no guarantees of how he would perform once he healed, he still got a cool $8.00 mil for his 1 year stint in Miami. He also was able to get 3.20 mil from Oakland.

    His agent while he still had him only got him the following salaries in MN;

    2000: 1.34 mil
    2001: 1.40 mil
    2002: 0.97 mil
    2003: 12.44 mil
    2004: 1.04 mil
    2005: 7.04 mil

    That's an avg. salary of 4.03 mil per year when he was healthy, with an agent. Out of that salary, how much did his agent get? 10-15%? More? Now deduct that from the 4 mil.

    What do you have?

    In the 2 years after the injury, when I felt his career was over, he avg. 5.6 mil & never paid an agent.

    No matter how you do the math, Culpepper did better acting as his own agent, than he did when he had one.

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

    "singersp" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    Pep will land somewhere. He is the best available back up
    No, he will get offers.
    He won't accept any of them though, because it will be for the Vet minimum.
    What is the vet minimum?

    What I do find a bit laughable is that people here insists he needs an agent. I'm not so sure about that.

    People here claim he sux, yet after that devastating knee injury & while still being crippled up with no guarantees of how he would perform once he healed, he still got a cool $8.00 mil for his 1 year stint in Miami. He also was able to get 3.20 mil from Oakland.

    His agent while he still had him only got him the following salaries in MN;

    2000: 1.34 mil
    2001: 1.40 mil
    2002: 0.97 mil
    2003: 12.44 mil
    2004: 1.04 mil
    2005: 7.04 mil

    That's an avg. salary of 4.03 mil per year when he was healthy, with an agent. Out of that salary, how much did his agent get? 10-15%? More? Now deduct that from the 4 mil.

    What do you have?

    In the 2 years after the injury, when I felt his career was over, he avg. 5.6 mil & never paid an agent.

    No matter how you do the math, Culpepper did better acting as his own agent, than he did when he had one.

    Ok...that is 2 years for himself. Now, after the next 4 years, lets add it up and see if your math still holds true.

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

    Has he written a letter to the arena league and CFL as well, as his agent he better keep his options open

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

    "Chazz" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "V4L" wrote:
    Pep will land somewhere. He is the best available back up
    No, he will get offers.
    He won't accept any of them though, because it will be for the Vet minimum.
    What is the vet minimum?

    What I do find a bit laughable is that people here insists he needs an agent. I'm not so sure about that.

    People here claim he sux, yet after that devastating knee injury & while still being crippled up with no guarantees of how he would perform once he healed, he still got a cool $8.00 mil for his 1 year stint in Miami. He also was able to get 3.20 mil from Oakland.

    His agent while he still had him only got him the following salaries in MN;

    2000: 1.34 mil
    2001: 1.40 mil
    2002: 0.97 mil
    2003: 12.44 mil
    2004: 1.04 mil
    2005: 7.04 mil

    That's an avg. salary of 4.03 mil per year when he was healthy, with an agent. Out of that salary, how much did his agent get? 10-15%? More? Now deduct that from the 4 mil.

    What do you have?

    In the 2 years after the injury, when I felt his career was over, he avg. 5.6 mil & never paid an agent.

    No matter how you do the math, Culpepper did better acting as his own agent, than he did when he had one.

    Ok...that is 2 years for himself. Now, after the next 4 years, lets add it up and see if your math still holds true.
    That wouldn't be even an apples to apples comparison after the major damage he suffered to his knee.

    The best an agent would get him now is the league vet minimum. Why would you need an agent for that? He'd just pissing money away.

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