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Swinging for the Fences The Vikings' Daunte Culpepper is the biggest, strongest, fastest quarterback the NFL has ever seen, but he's using a different set of chains to measure his forward progress: He wants to be the best ever
Daunte Culpepper, quarterback of the Minnesota Vikings, has justentered the cafeteria at the team's training facility in suburbanMinneapolis.
•ON HOW HE HAS GROWN SINCE HIS NFL DEBUT IN 1999 I've learned I don't have to be Superman. I don't have to break three tackles and throw a 50-yard ...
DAUNTE CULPEPPER CENTRAL FLORIDA'S BIG-TIME PASSER
The best college quarterback in Florida--that's what some draftanalysts are calling Central Florida's Daunte Culpepper, a 6'4",235-pound junior ...
The Real Deal Untested quarterback Daunte Culpepper showed that he's more than big enough for the Vikings starting job with a stirring performance against the Bears
You meet 6'4", 257-pound Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper,and you think: This man has the tree-trunk legs of a tackle, theupper arms ...
In A Comfort Zone With his needs addressed, a relaxed and mature Daunte Culpepper got the Vikings off to a fast start
A wobbly duck, Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Scott Linehan would point out after Sunday's game, was Daunte Culpepper's finest ...
4 Minnesota Vikings Coach Dennis Green is putting all his eggs in the basket of young, strong-armed quarterback Daunte Culpepper
Daunte Culpepper had scarcely completed his drop-back before thepocket collapsed, forcing him to hurry a throw that a Chiefscornerback ...
1 Miami Dolphins
The starting lineup makes this club the AFC team to beat! (It's a different story if stars like Daunte Culpepper go down)
Right on Target
With supreme confidence and accuracy,do-it-all Daunte Culpepper is threatening NFL passing records and putting the Vikings on a fast track to the playoffs
The Great QB Shuffle
In a wild two weeks of free-agent frenzy and big-name moves, the NFL has undergone a quarterback shake-up unlike any in memory--and it's not over yet