This hasn't been released to the web yet, but I was just listening to the local Twin Cities sports radio, and Sean jenson jsut got an e-mail from Culpepper telling him that he decided last night he's done. Retiring. Kaput.
Yeah, I cheered like HELL for him in '98, but once he got hurt, he was never the same. His confidence was just gone. I hope you have a great life and enjoy the memories you had.
I almost wrote: "The NFL and Daunte Culpepper have come to mutual terms on his release. They wish him well in his future endevours.", but I didn't have the heart to do it.
Well, if the Pats win against the Jets today (up 23-0 as of right now), the Colts can't do any better than the #3 seed, so I would not be surprised to see either Peyton not play at all, or see him maybe toss TD #50 then come out.