Ex-NFL QB Daunte Culpepper surrenders home in foreclosure case

daunte-culpepper-foreclosure-case-florida.jpg Daunte Culpepper, who played in the NFL for 11 seasons between 1999 and 2009, has lost a Florida home he owned in a foreclosure case, reports the AP. Broward County court records show Culpepper surrended a nearly 10,000-square foot home in April to SunTrust Bank to settle a lawsuit they had against him.

The bank had brought a lawsuit against Culpepper for his failure to pay on his loan, citing $3 million in debt. Culpepper bought the house when he was signed by the Miami Dolphins in 2006. He paid $3.6 million for it at the time.

Culpepper, who was best known for leading the Minnesota Vikings for six seasons, last played football for the United Football League as a member of the Sacramento Mountain Lions.
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