Culpepper, Leftwich Among Those Still Unsigned
The draft has come and gone, and the quarterback shuffle around the league is just about done. And still, Daunte Culpepper and Byron Leftwich remain out of work.
Culpepper had a visit with the Green Bay Packers just before the draft. But the Packers' decision to take Brian Brohm in the second round Saturday might mean they won't sign Culpepper. Remember when Randy Moss was a free agent early in the offseason and spoke to Culpepper, his one-time teammate in Minnesota, about the possibility of signing somewhere together? So much for that.
It's possible that Culpepper and Leftwich now could wait until training camp to see if a team has someone get hurt and has a pressing need at quarterback, and sign somewhere then. But that approach would deprive them of an entire offseason's worth of practice-field work, and make things that much tougher to earn playing time next season.
By Mark Maske |
May 2, 2008; 2:34 PM ET
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