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February 03, 2005

Takin' It Back

Daunte Culpepper showed off his scrambling ability Wednesday -- in a crowded convention center ballroom.

The Minnesota Vikings quarterback presented a paralyzed high school football player two diamond necklaces worth about $75,000 during an NFL awards ceremony, but then awkwardly asked for them back after it was finished.

The apparent gift prompted a mother to cry, a father to think about buying a safe to store it and Culpepper to find a way out of the mess. "I'll get him something else," Culpepper said sheepishly.


Posted by Lawren at February 3, 2005 01:12 PM

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GTF out! He did NOT! Oh my God he's going to hell!!!

Says: StellaLafayette at February 3, 2005 02:16 PM

That is very weird. Maybe he was just gonna let the kid wear them and then got worried at the parents' reaction? Or did he really intend to gift them and then change his mind?

Odd behavior.

Says: Kelly at February 3, 2005 02:18 PM

Dude, you could have stood next to him and let a few pics be taken. The kid would have loved that just as much. Too many hits to the brain knocks out the common sense.

Says: Brian D. at February 3, 2005 08:57 PM

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