Tampa, Florida -- He was one of the biggest personalities in "Survivor" history. Now there's speculation former Buccaneers player Brad Culpepper will be giving the reality show a second try.
On Monday morning, Culpepper's wife Monica (who played the game twice herself) sent out an intriguing tweet with just two words: "Spoiler Alert" and a screen grab of an interview "Survivor" host and executive producer Jeff Probst did with the entertainment website HitFix. He was asked about returning players on the show.
"It's always fun when there's a returning player. Like, you know, Culpepper. He walks in strutting into the beach, I'm gonna have fun with Culpepper coming back."
10 News contacted Monica Culpepper, who competed on "Survivor: One World" and was runner up on "Survivor: Blood Vs. Water" when she competed alongside her husband. She told us she could neither confirm nor deny if Brad Culpepper would be back on the show, but she did tell us Jeff Probst "adores him!"
The next season of the hit reality show, "Survivor: San Juan del Sur"--which takes place in Nicaragua--will premiere mid-September on 10 News.