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Julius Peppers News & Bio


Name:Julius Peppers
Hometown:Bailey, NC
High School:Southern Nash
Born:January 18, 1980 (39)
Height/Weight:6-6, 285
Position:Defensive End
Notes:Football, Basketball, 1998 Parade All-American
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Julius Peppers' new passion after football
Two months after announcing his retirement, Julius Peppers is making his presence felt in ways that go well beyond football. Friday, the Panthers’ finalist for...

Five most dominant high school athletes in North Carolina history
Julius Peppers, Southern Nash (Bailey), 1998: Peppers was an All-American defensive lineman at Southern Nash and rushed for 3,501 yards as a running back. In...

Julius Peppers Foundation donates to "Harvest Hope" to help hurricane victims
Hurricane Florence impacted the lives of people across the state and many are still trying to recover. On Friday the Julius Peppers Foundation made a...

Photos: Tar Heels in the Crowd at Cameron
The television cameras might not have noticed, but there were some big-name former Tar Heels behind the North Carolina bench to watch UNC beat No...

Julius Peppers discusses what's next in post-football life
After a 17-year NFL career in which he became one of the greatest defensive ends in NFL history, Carolina Panthers great Julius Peppers is now...

Julius Peppers caps year of community service with celebration at charity sneaker ball
For Julius Peppers, Thursday night at the Harvey B. Gantt Center was the culmination of a year’s worth of community service. Peppers, who was Carolina's...

Report: Charlotte Bobcats discussed working out Julius Peppers
The Carolina Panthers and the NFL are lucky that Julius Peppers chose to play football, because he probably could have been a success playing another...

Video: Steve Smith Sr. shares stories about former teammate Julius Peppers
NFL Network's Steve Smith Sr. shares a story about former Panthers teammate Julius Peppers after he announced his retirement...

Revisiting the career of Ryan Sims, Julius Peppers' UNC teammate
Ryan Sims, a native of Spartanburg, South Carolina, had become a star at UNC by emerging out of Julius Peppers' shadow to become one of...

Reflection: Two decades of Julius Peppers
Twenty years after he arrived at UNC as a tight end, Julius Peppers has announced his retirement. His career took him through two positions and...


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