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Hall of Fame future getting a little more real for Julius Peppers


admitted Friday he was looking for something else when he uncovered one of the treasures now enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame: a time-faded Carolina blue folder with a UNC logo, with his basketball number written on the cover. That folder holds Number 45's practice plans for the Tar Heels' trip to the 2000 Final Four. (Carolina Panthers)

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Hall of Fame future getting a little more real for Julius Peppers


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