Dolphins management takes some shots

Dolphins management takes some shots

There are 124 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jun 7, 2007, titled Dolphins management takes some shots. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

The Dolphins' final minicamp of the offseason begins today with a soap-opera feel as incoming quarterback Trent Green takes the reins from lame duck Daunte Culpepper, who on Thursday demanded his release in a ...

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United States

#1 Jun 7, 2007
This team will be horrible for years. Doesn't much matter since most fans here are Jets fans anyway. How many victories in a row now Jets vs. Dolphins?

Miami, FL

#2 Jun 7, 2007
Do you have any life? Stop coming on to Dolphin boards and talking shit. Get a life, o wait, no New York sports fans have any. Knicks, Jets, Giants, Yankees, Mets. Quality teams right?

“Dad Cheney Loves to Whip Me!”

Since: Jun 07

CheneyTown, USA

#3 Jun 7, 2007
I do not know much about football or any other sport as I keep busy with my legal and political problems but I must say that I never thought a great deal of Culpepper as a QB but in the NFL it seems that must teams with very few exceptions have mediocre QB's or horrible QB's and the Bears can testify to that. And the Dolphins are experts at it so, Green or Daunte or whomever, they seem to me about the same thing.

What is extremely naive is to go out and say that Culpepper only had great years when he had Moss or had this or that. If you are going to take that route then you should apply it also to Trent Green who playing in KC had a fantastic Offensive team behind him, one he does not have here. GREEN had a fantastic offensive line, had 2 magnificent running backs in Johnson and Priest Holmes and had some OK receivers including perennial best all world tight end Tony Gonzalez.

There is no Willie Roaf and other linemen here to protect his concussed 40 year old rear end and so there is much sadness and little optimism in the spiritual astrological vodoo priest that I consulted while here in prison (freaking Cheney did this to me) and this voodoo priest says, much misery awaits this team as long as Huipinga owns the franchise because he is cursed with Chango's digestive juices which is just about the worst Ivory Coast and Senegalese curse anyone can put on you.

Would it be OK if while here doing this prison time I become a fan of another team? A man here needs some moments of optimism and being a fan of the Scam Cameron plan might not be exactly what is in the best interest of the Scooter's health.

Scooter Libby Convicted Felon and Supporter of El Generalisimo Alberto Pinocchio Gonzalez

Hollywood, FL

#4 Jun 8, 2007
I must say the impatience the organization displayed in both encouraging me to rush back on the field last year and then rushing me out the door this year is disappointing," Culpepper wrote.
He said he would start the first game of the season last year and he cost us dearly last year because HE put his ego ahead of the teams. He's a idiot to think us fans don't remember that...He's a cancer to this team and he needs to be released quickly.

“Invictus Maneo”

Since: Apr 07

Jensen Beach, FL

#5 Jun 8, 2007
The article header states management took shots, yet, listed nothing...
RaY from Sun DaYGo

San Diego, CA

#6 Jun 8, 2007
"Culpepper said he had been given complete clearance from his surgeon...Teams who possibly could be in the market for Culpepper's services are the Jaguars, Patriots, Raiders, Rams and Ravens."

Thanks for the memories Daunte (4 horrible games). Thanks for using the Dolphins' facilites as your rehab center for the past year. Hopefully that roght knee will hold up for at least every game while you stand on the sideline holding that clipboard for whatever lucky team that gets you. Good luck dawg!

D_pressed D_fan

Lakeland, FL

#8 Jun 8, 2007
I always said he was an egotistical fingerpointer. This proves it. Blaming everyone but himself and sounding like a spoiled brat. He made MILLIONS doing what amounted to rehab! I'd take that gig! Thanks DC, i'd love to see you helping out another quality team like Detroit!

United States

#9 Jun 8, 2007
Bring Don Shulah back!!!!This "team" is a huge embarrasment.

United States

#10 Jun 8, 2007
J-Dizzle wrote:
Do you have any life? Stop coming on to Dolphin boards and talking shit. Get a life, o wait, no New York sports fans have any. Knicks, Jets, Giants, Yankees, Mets. Quality teams right?
Oh, and you do?


#11 Jun 8, 2007
Yes bring Shula back give him 50 million Wayne.

Washington, DC

#12 Jun 8, 2007
Poor Daunte...he didn't have a problem saddling the Fins with his "back loaded" contract. As far as him now complaining that he was pushed to hard to play...take responsibility Daunte - If you knew you weren't ready to play you should have spoken up then, not now.

United States

#13 Jun 8, 2007
Vonnie makes sense..... and he told the truth.

United States

#14 Jun 8, 2007
Dante was pushed to perform and we all know it. Saban suc-ed and still suc-s today. He is one of the worst wanna be's around. Holliday was merely hanging with the fans in shockville and let's hope this team grows up!
FS Native

Frisco, TX

#15 Jun 8, 2007
If Daunte acts as his own agent, then he has an idiot for a client.

Boynton Beach, FL

#16 Jun 8, 2007
I will not buy a Trent Green Jersery...I have a Fiedler, a Willaims, A Culpepper...The Garbageman is a thief! Oh and lets not forget that stupid hat I bought that Nick the Dick wore....

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#17 Jun 8, 2007
F you Culpepper. You're in no position to demand anything. If you want a about returning all of your unearned money collected last year for doing nothing more than falling down and looking stupid.
ocala howie

Eustis, FL

#18 Jun 8, 2007
C-PEP will be released any minuet now. they are not going want him coming into camp today and disrupt the whole weekend. think about it, we will have players taking sides and all p-d off. it will be a major distraction.
NC Dolfan

Indio, CA

#19 Jun 8, 2007
Wow, how bad is this Cam's house! Players are being hushed as to what they think, really! Players know other players the better than anyone and the comment is Ginn is a punt returner. Great pick guys! C Pep knows his NFL career is on shaky ground with the bum knee and is willing to forfiet a buy out of 51 million, enough said. Can't wait to see how long it takes for Green to get hurt. Nothing major, but hamstrings, shoulders, back strains all suck when your in your late thirties. They just don't heal as fast and get aggravated much easier.
Ex Post Facto

New Orleans, LA

#21 Jun 8, 2007
Matt Armstrong wrote:
The article header states management took shots, yet, listed nothing...
That's exactly what I want to know. What shots????
The Real Deal

Homosassa, FL

#22 Jun 8, 2007
Daunte Culpepper supporters are a bunch of morons!!! Anyways, I think the Ted Ginn comments will blow over.

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