Throughout his eleven-year professional career, Daunte Culpepper has been a part of four different NFL clubs (Vikings, Dolphins, Raiders, Lions).
There won't be a fifth for the 35-year-old quarterback.
While participating in a youth football clinic on Saturday, Culpepper revealed to the Orlando Sentinel that his playing days are all but over.
"As far as me playing, I think I am done,'' he said. "That part of my book is closed. The next chapter is, I have kids and I will be coaching them."
To him hear tell it, Culpepper has rolled on to the next -- and perhaps most important -- phase in his life.
"I am retired, obviously, and I am raising my kids and living in South Florida,'' he said. "That's a full-time job.''
If this is truly the end for Culpepper, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, he finishes with 24,153 passing yards, 149 touchdowns, and a respectable 87.8 rating. He added another 1,944 yards and 10 scores during his time with the UFL's Sacramento Mountain ...