Julius Peppers ranks No. 77 on the list of best NFL players ever

It’s mind-boggling how great of an athlete was. At 6-foot-7 and 300 pounds, he was strong enough to overpower offensive linemen, fast enough to stay with running backs and tight ends in coverage, and versatile enough to score 21 points and grab 10 rebounds in an NCAA Tournament basketball game for the University of North Carolina. (FOX Sports)

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Julius Peppers ranks No. 77 on the list of best NFL players ever

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