Former NFL quarterback Daunte Culpepper is apparently down to one house, after a South Florida home he bought was surrendered in a foreclosure case.
According to the Associated Press, Culpepper bought the 9,867-square foot home in 2006 for about $3.6 million. He owns another home nearby, but nore than $3 million is still owed on the home which was turned over to SunTrust Bank in April. The bank dropped a lawsuit against him earlier this month.
When Culpepper bought the home in 2006, the Dolphins thought he was going to be their franchise quarterback, trading for him instead of signing some guy named Drew Brees, opting for the bad knee instead of the bum shoulder.
That deal ended up about as profitable as Culpepper’s real estate holdings.