And like I said before, The guy is not known as a study type of QB and has trouble reading defenses. Asking him to learn a new offense, with a new coach while he's rehabbing and then thrusting him in to play after missing two entire seasons is setting him up to fail.
If the coaching staff feeling Culpepper can help them in the future then fine, give him time to properly finish the rehab and let him work with the 2nd team until he gets back into the swing of things and let him get some plays under his belt with the new offense and then play him next season. Don't thrust him back fast this season the way Saban did last year because we already saw what happened there.
I just think many of you are being completely unrealistic in your expectations of the guy. I've heard on here people say a healthy Culpepper is our best option. In his prime he might have been. Right now he's a 30 year old QB under a new system who has not played for 2 years and is coming off a major injury that could affect his play. It's a bad situation for everyone to be in and expecting alot out of him in those conditions is downright dumb.