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Former All-Pro NFL quarterback Daunte Culppeper appears to be just another athlete who has fallen on hard times financially. According to a report in the South Florida Business Journal, the house that Culpepper purchased while a member fo the Miami Dolphins is set to be foreclosed on by the bank: SunTrust Bank (NYSE: STI) filed a foreclosure lawsuit on Feb. 26 against DRKRC Land Trust, Culpepper and his wife. The 9,867-square-foot home at 16730 Berkshire Court in Landmark Ranch Estates is owned in the name of the land trust and the bank alleges that Culpepper is the beneficiary and guarantor. Culpepper purchased the home shortly after signing a free agent deal with the Dolphins back in 2006. Culpepper never experienced the same success with the Dolphins that he had in Minnesota, where he was twice named an All-Pro. If not for Peyton Manning throwing a then-NFL record 49 touchdowns in 2004, Culpepper may have won the MVP award. He led the NFL with 4717 yards passing and threw for 39 touchdowns against only 11 interceptions. He injured his knee in 2005 after only 7 games. His career with the Dolphins was short-lived, just the man who chose him over Drew [...]
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