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Why Julius Peppers gave up ‘first love’ for Hall of Fame football career


There was a time favored dunks over sacks. But the Panthers legend had the self-awareness, even in his early 20s, to know a basketball career wasn’t worth stunting the potential of an extraordinary football journey. The former two-sport athlete at the University of the North Carolina chose wisely. "Basketball was my first love," Peppers said. (MSN.com)

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Why Julius Peppers gave up ‘first love’ for Hall of Fame football career


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