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Julius Peppers News & Bio


Name:Julius Peppers
Hometown:Bailey, NC
High School:Southern Nash
Born:January 18, 1980 (40)
Height/Weight:6-6, 285
Position:Defensive End
Notes:Football, Basketball, 1998 Parade All-American
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Mack Brown, Julius Peppers, Dennis Craddock Selected To N.C. Sports Hall Of Fame
Mack Brown, the winningest football coach in University of North Carolina history; Former Track & Field coach Dennis Craddock, who won more Atlantic Coast Conference...

Three UNC Football Legends Placed on CFB150 All-Time Greatest Players List
North Carolina Football had three of its legendary players - Lawrence Taylor, Julius Peppers and Charlie Justice - selected to the list of ESPN's 150...

Extra Points: 2020 Vision
"When I start recruiting a kid, I ask myself, 'Who does he remind me of?'" Tim Brewster said. "With (Desmond Evans), two guys immediately came...

Julius Peppers Selected For 2019 ACC Legends Class
Hall of Fame inductees, record setters and NFL standouts highlight the 2019 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Legends class announced on Wednesday. Star defensive end and...

Air Jordan 3 “UNC” Slated for March Madness
Playing football at the University of North Carolina sure has its perks as back in January 2018 we saw for the first time the Air...

College football turns 150: Bly, Peppers, Taylor recognized on All-Time All-America team
The task: picking an All-Time All-American team from the first 150 years of college football. Degree of difficulty: all but impossible. Nonetheless, our team of...

Julius Peppers is starting a defensive line clinic
It’s really hard to find out what Julius Peppers is doing. Maybe the most dominant defensive player in football between 2000 and 2010, he’s also,...

Julius Peppers Returns to UNC
Former North Carolina All-American defensive end and NFL All-Pro Julius Peppers was on UNC's campus on Saturday meeting with UNC coaches, players, and recruits and...

Julius Peppers aids Florence victims with donation
The United Way of Horry County received a $47,000 donation from former Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers’ Hurricane Relief Fund. According to a news...

Julius Peppers to young athletes: ‘Trust yourself’
Follow your own path, former Carolina Panthers football defense end Julius Peppers told 800 student athletes, friends and family. “Always trust yourself, be yourself, and...


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