Former NFL quarterback Daunte Culpepper lost a south Florida home through foreclosure, the South Florida Business Journal reported. SunTrust Bank dropped lawsuit against Culpepper this month after the 10,000-square foot home was surrended in April. Culpepper purchased the house for $3.6 million in April 2006 after he signed with the Miami Dolphins. The bank listed Culpepper with $3 million in debts in court documents. Culpepper played for the Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders and Detroit Lions in the NFL. He closed out his playing career with Sacramento in the United Football League in 2010.
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