Dolphins expect to be busy in the off-season:
The Miami Dolphins improved to 7-7 on the year with a 24-20 win over the New York Jets on Sunday, and are looking to be aggressive in added pieces in 2006 for a Super Bowl run.
They are said to be “very interested” in landing Eagles suspended wide Receiver Terrell Owens and will also look into the possibility of acquiring injred Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper, depending on how he heals from knee surgery and how the “sex boat” alligations pan out.
ALos talk has quieted down about unloading Ricky Williams at year’s end, even though Ronnie Brown is obviously seen as “the future” at tailback. Williams is showing glimpses of his old self and he won’t come as cheap via trade as he would have back in September.
Culpepper to Vikes: ” I want you to want me”
Speaking to ESPN reporter Andrea Kramer on “NFL Countdown” on Sunday, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper raised the possibility of playing elsewhere in 2006.
In the interview, he repeated his claims of innocence in the recent “sex boat” scandal and promised he would be back better than ever next season from knee surgery: “Whatever team gets me next year, the team where I’m wanted, they’ll get a bigger, better, faster Daunte Culpepper.”