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Nov. 01, 2004
Nov. 01, 2004

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Nov. 1, 2004

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Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
CATCHING UP WITH
SI Players: Life on and off the field
SI Players
SI PLAYERS
The World Series
Pro Football
  • 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

  • DAUNTE CULPEPPER isn't the only NFL quarterback on the brink of a career season. Here are three other passers who, although at very different stages in their development, are having notable starts in 2004.

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COLOR PHOTOPHOTOGRAPH BYJULIE JACOBSON/APJUST SPIN, BABY Since getting out of Murray State in 1998, receiver Reggie Swinton has been cut by the Jaguars and the Seahawks, traded by the Cowboys and cut by the Packers before latching on with the Lions. He was happy just to get rare playing time on Sunday, and after snagging a two-yard TD pass late in Detroit's 28--13 win at Giants Stadium, he went bottoms up--showing off the athleticism that made him all-state in four sports as a high schooler in Little Rock.