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Jettisoned by Bears, rejuvenated Peppers taking Lambeau Leap of faith
Julius Peppers didn’t want to end his NFL career on a tormenting note, wondering, “What if?” Thanks to the Green Bay Packers, he doesn’t have...

Age question follows Julius Peppers
You might think Julius Peppers would bristle at the question by now. After all, he has heard it more than once since he signed with...

Packers hope Julius Peppers boosts defense
Julius Peppers may not have the first-step explosion he once possessed — bursting off the edge in Carolina — but he remains a 6-foot-6, 287-pound...

Julius Peppers growing into role with Packers
The schemes Dom Capers has planned for Julius Peppers won’t be on display, but Packers fans will get their longest look of the preseason at...

Julius Peppers’ goal: Win the Super Bowl
Julius Peppers is out to win a ring. He made that clear on Monday. Of all the things that attracted Peppers to Green Bay in...

Julius Peppers excited to play alongside Clay Matthews
Julius Peppers has been the highest-paid defensive player in football, a finalist for the Defensive Player of the Year award and an eight-time Pro Bowl...

Packers planning to use Julius Peppers in hybrid role
The sight of Julius Peppers standing alongside Clay Matthews might take some getting used to, but there they were Thursday during the Packers’ organized team...

Top 100 college players of the BCS Era
17. Julius Peppers, DE, North Carolina (1999-01): As a two-sport star in Chapel Hill, Peppers was a freshman All-American in 1999 before leading the nation...

Julius Peppers Brings Pep to Packers' Step
“It's fun to see Julius,” said Aaron Rodgers, who called the 6-foot-7, 287-pound Peppers “a specimen” and said he “looks great” during strength and conditioning...

Carolina Panthers' all-time draft picks: No. 2 Julius Peppers
Julius Peppers, 1st round, No. 2 overall, 2002 out of UNC -- The Texans had a chance to take Peppers first, but opted for David...

Packers’ Mike Daniels says Julius Peppers is still a freak at 34
In his prime, Julius Peppers was one of the most impressive physical specimens in football, a 290-pound defensive end who could run and jump like...

The All-ACC Football Team of the BCS Era
First Team: G: Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina (2009-12) - The massive Tar Heels blocker was a three-time All-ACC performer and an Outland Trophy finalist in...

Julius Peppers may play multiple positions for Packers
The Green Bay Packers would like to add a little bit of unpredictability to Julius Peppers' place on defense even if at 6 feet 7...

The ACC's Top 25 Players of the BCS Era
1. Julius Peppers, DE, North Carolina (1999-01) Few players have ever been able to match Peppers' freakish quickness and size. As a two-sport star in...

Agent: Julius Peppers joins Packers
The Green Bay Packers have signed eight-time Pro Bowler Julius Peppers, the defensive end's agent announced Saturday. Peppers agreed to a three-year deal worth up...

Chicago Bears release Julius Peppers in salary cap move
Defensive end Julius Peppers became a Chicago Bears salary cap casualty on Tuesday. The Bears terminated Peppers' contract, a move that saves them $9.8 million...

Top 10 ACC Defensive Linemen of the BCS Era
1. Julius Peppers, DE, UNC (1999-01): As a two-sport star in Chapel Hill, Peppers was a freshman All-American in 1999 before leading the nation in...

ACC All-BCS-Era Football Team
OL: Jonathan Cooper, UNC: He was a consensus All-American as a senior in 2012 and a finalist for the Outland Trophy. During his senior season,...

Chicago Bears mum on Julius Peppers' future
The Chicago Bears appear to be non-committal regarding the future of defensive end Julius Peppers, who led the team with 7.5 sacks in 2013 but...

Julius Peppers Rounding Into Form
With all of the negativity surrounding the defense of the Chicago Bears in recent weeks, there has been one player that has actually been improving...

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