During a recent episode of PFT Live, I made the case for quarterback Daunte Culpepper to get a shot in the NFL, given the current crop of stiff and no-names littering depth charts throughout the league.
He’ll get his first crack at cracking a lineup in San Francisco.
Per a league source, Culpepper will visit with and work out for the 49ers. Recently, coach Jim Harbaugh suggested that he’d consider adding a veteran quarterback to compete with Alex Smith and rookie Colin Kaepernick.
That veteran could be Culpepper.
Regardless of whether he gets a contract there, look for Culpepper eventually to be considered once teams clear out the camp arms and undrafted projects and look for game-ready veterans.
Culpepper, the 11th overall pick in the 1999 draft, has played for the Vikings, Dolphins, Raiders, and Lions. Last year, he played for the Sacramento Mountain Lions of the UFL.