Former Dolphins QB Daunte Culpepper r...

Former Dolphins QB Daunte Culpepper retires

There are 93 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Sep 4, 2008, titled Former Dolphins QB Daunte Culpepper retires. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Three-time Pro Bowl quarterback Daunte Culpepper , who played four games for the Dolphins in 2006 while attempting to come back from a devastating knee injury, announced his retirement from the NFL today.

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Dallas Dolphan

Dallas, TX

#88 Sep 4, 2008
john wrote:
This is typical of the life of a proud black man, more is expected but less is given. Especially a high profile position as QB in the NFL. I respect your decision DC and respect you more by your action today. All the best. For all those naysayers who gives Farve a pass but jumps all over TO for his small antics, as a black person we are used to it.
John, you're an idiot. There's no comparison between Farve's actions this past offseason and TO's lunatic antics of several years ago. TO made it a mission to destroy the Eagles while completely disrespecting the majority of his teammates including Donovan McNabb. There's no doubt Favre handled his retirement incorrectly but he never acted like a classless thug. Let's stop making race the issue and stick to the facts.
Dallas Dolphan

Dallas, TX

#89 Sep 4, 2008
Hey Fair, what does B.Hussein Obama actually stand for other than self-grandisement? Big government, more taxes, more welfare recipients, free food, free college, free healthcare etc. The only problem with that theory is someone has to pay for it all.

“Wasilla Moose Chick for Sale”

Since: Aug 07

Definitely Not Wasilla

#90 Sep 4, 2008
Dallas Dolphan wrote:
Hey Fair, what does B.Hussein Obama actually stand for other than self-grandisement? Big government, more taxes, more welfare recipients, free food, free college, free healthcare etc. The only problem with that theory is someone has to pay for it all.
Oh, yes, a Dallas Texas Dolphan, an admirer of the Bush #43 who was disappeared from the Convention... you sir must be Herr Himmler speaking ... sure, sir, I am marching to your tune........ hey, I saw this post a few minutes ago which I think is perfect for you because you sound like the scud missile Romney....... here it is cut and pasted for you:

Mitt Romney is one freaking scary dude. He is bipolar and no idea what kind of extremist stuff he is going to do. His speech was bordering on a rapture and he clearly wants to kill anyone and eveyone who is not like him. What he would really like to do is choke McCain and as Mc More of the Same is expiring he wants to defecate on the old coot face and say, take that mormon dung will cure your melanoma you freaky too old no good for nothing. But if he can not do that, then he is like Max Headroom of the old computerized anima cartoons. He is the face of the Party with the moose killing helicopter wolf shooting Butcher from Wasilla.

Sarah and Mitt Romney together, ummmmmmm, two of them could make Hitler come back from the grave. WHAT A FRIGHTENING SCARY BUNCH OF SUPREMACISTS GATHERED IN THAT CONVENTION. If you are jew, black, hispanic, and a darker than normal italian or mediterranean type, run for your life if they get on top.
Front Office

La Quinta, CA

#91 Sep 5, 2008
This was the trade that sent the Dolphins back 10 years. Picking D Pep over Drew Brees. Great evaluation by Rick Spielman and Nick Saban. Where are the Saints today with a QB with a "bum" shoulder? I can tell you where the team that chose the QB with the "bum" knee is now! Which one would you have picked? Oh and by the way does anyone remember what a HEAD case this guy was?

United States

#92 Sep 5, 2008
I'm still laughing at all the money the Dophins paid me, what a bunch of chumps.

Brighton, UK

#93 Sep 5, 2008
NY Phins Fan wrote:
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this is the ultimate definition of classless;
Yea, and if anyone knew "classless" when he saw it that would be you, momma's boy!! You're as gutless as you are spineless too!! So what do you stand for?? Nothing!! Yea, I thought so!!
Jack C

Bedias, TX

#94 Sep 6, 2008
Daunte Culpepper NEVER really got a full season with one team to show what he could have done after his knee has healed up. I think he still had a lot left in the tank. You are telling me that he couldnt play better than JT O Sullivan, Matt Ryan, Joe Flacco, Jamarcus Russel, Kyle Orton, Jay Cutler?? Mind you M Ryan and J Flacco r rookies but they still could sit out for a year or 2 behind an NFL veteran who has put up some SWEET numbers in the past. I think the NFL in general has completely LOST it! They depend on rookies and young blood to do everything. Veterans are few and far between unless ur a wide out. Its a damn shame. I think Daunte deserves another chance and I feel very bad for the guy and I wish him the best of luck. Hopefully we havent seen the last of Culpepper!
losers go away

Atlanta, GA

#95 Sep 6, 2008
ubu what a joke you calling us racist.look in the mirror if you have one in that rat infested s-hole you call home.always playing the race card you ingnorant sob.and you call us idiots why dont you learn how to talk and write without using e-bonics tard.fffffffff/uuuuuuuuu
NY Phins Fan

Franklin, TN

#96 Sep 6, 2008
Brees had good rcvrs; otherwise he sucks!

Go Phins... beat the JETS!

Phoenix, AZ

#97 Sep 6, 2008
This man has never learned the meaning of the word "humble". What a shame. He will die a bitter old man

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#98 Sep 6, 2008
Take care Daunte.

Glens Falls, NY

#99 Sep 7, 2008
Gimme a Break Daunte Culpepper... NFL teams are not colluding against you. You were injured and then you did not fully rehab your knee, thus you were not able to performplay at the same level you once did. Your QB performance without Randy Moss make most wonder how much of your success was do to you and how much was due to Randy.

I have to say acting as you own agent was by far your biggest mistake and then refusing to drop your attitude or suppress your enormously huge ego compounded the first. You should have taken advice from Randall Cunningham as to how to survive as a back-up and then make a return to the starting ranks. Randall handled his situation with class, dedication and hard work. Had you done the same you may very well be in the NFL and headed toward your goal.

Detroit, MI

#100 Sep 7, 2008
I remember last season when the Dolphins released 'DC', after trying everything in their imagination to trade him for some return of value. The people who come here and post comments insisted that he was still great and that the GM and coach of the team, knew nothing and that he was exactly what the Dolphins needed to have a great season. Well, the Dolphins are now 'master-minded' by the 'greatest' football mind in the history of the game (tongue-in-cheek, of course) and 'DC' is available ..... Do you see where I'm going here ?

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