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Julius Peppers selling lakeside mansion in North Carolina
Former Tar Heel and Carolina Panther Julius Peppers is selling his 8,800-square-foot mansion on North Carolina’s Lake Norman. Peppers purchased the house in 2006 for...

Julius Peppers quietly sets Packers' tone
Frugal with his words, Julius Peppers doesn't waste them on trash talking. For that, the Chicago Bears should be extremely grateful. The Bears, you see,...

Green Bay's Julius Peppers has done everything but get a ring
Julius Peppers is tired of just getting close. And he's running out of time. The Packers linebacker has been one of the top defenders in...

Julius Peppers' best (and maybe last) shot
Julius Peppers signed with the Packers in part because they offered a good chance to win a Super Bowl. The three-year, $26 million contract surely...

Julius Peppers leads small pack of mid-30s contributors in playoffs
Julius Peppers has his birthday coming up real soon. This is one most NFL players don't get to celebrate while they're actually still players. The...

Julius Peppers on the verge once again
Julius Peppers has experienced three close calls. He’s not interested in a fourth. Peppers reached a Super Bowl as a rookie a dozen years ago...

Packers' Julius Peppers still capable of making big plays
Linebacker Julius Peppers, the oldest player Sunday in the NFC Divisional playoff game at Lambeau Field, also might have been the best. Peppers added another...

Julius Peppers forces DeMarco Murray to fumble (video)
Green Bay Packers linebacker Julius Peppers forces Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray to fumble and defensive end Datone Jones recovers for the Packers...

Julius Peppers looks to keep playing
“We’ll see, we’ll see how long I have left and how long I feel like playing. Right now, I feel like playing as long as...

Julius Peppers establishes himself as a leader
Julius Peppers will turn 35 years old on the day of the NFC title game this year. The veteran’s production has been vital to the...

Julius Peppers hopes Packers bring him back next season
The Green Bay Packers structured the three-year contract that Julius Peppers signed in March in a way that would make it easy for them to...

Tar Heels In The NFL – Week 12
Julius Peppers and the Green Bay Packers kept rolling Sunday with a 24-21 win over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday for the team’s seventh win in...

Julius Peppers enjoying life with the Packers
Well into his 13th NFL season and with his third team, Julius Peppers is enjoying life with the Green Bay Packers. "I haven't really had...

Peppers completes package with Packers
In the last 20 yards of his second interception returned for a touchdown this season, Julius Peppers even threw a stiff arm. "I was too...

Julius Peppers exactly what Packers' defense needs
One hand at his chin, one in his pocket, Julius Peppers thought about the latest question about his age for a brief moment. He now...

Carolina Rundown: November 17
Julius Peppers, who has become a leader in Green Bay, returned an interception for a touchdown in a blowout Packers win over the Eagles. Raymond...

Can't-Miss Play: Julius Peppers' pick-six (video)
Green Bay Packers linebacker Julius Peppers picks off Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez and returns it 52-yards for a touchdown...

Julius Peppers, the leader
Early in the season, some of his new teammates wondered if Julius Peppers ever said anything. The veteran outside linebacker was the epitome of a...

Julius Peppers' speech fired up Packers
Every game, coach Mike McCarthy gives one of the captains an opportunity to speak to the team before the game. On Sunday night, it was...

Carolina Rundown: November 10
Tar Heels in the NFL: Bruce Carter had a pretty interception and seven tackles for the Cowboys in London. Da'Norris Searcy had four tackles. Quinton...

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