Julius Peppers News & Bio

Name:Julius Peppers
Hometown:Bailey, NC
High School:Southern Nash
Born:January 18, 1980 (38)
Height/Weight:6-6, 285
Position:Defensive End
Pro Team:Carolina Panthers (NFL)
Notes:Football, Basketball, 1998 Parade All-American
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Tar Heels Make Carolina Panthers first unofficial depth chart
The Carolina Panthers released their first “unofficial” depth chart ahead of Thursday night’s preseason opener at the Buffalo Bills. Da'Norris Searcy is listed as the...

Panthers put 4 players, including Julius Peppers, on physically unable to perform list
After 16 NFL seasons, the Carolina Panthers aren’t worried about rushing defensive end Julius Peppers into his 17th one. Peppers will begin training camp on...

Julius Peppers is Beyond Solid as a Defensive Pillar and Man
Even if we didn’t see him on a regular weekly basis until last year’s return to Carolina, long-time Panthers fans have never lost any of...

Julius Peppers and former Bears teammate to open office, restaurant complex on South Side of Chicago
A pair of former Chicago Bears are bringing excitement to the South Side, about a five-minute drive south of their former stomping grounds at Soldier...

Julius Peppers explains why he opted to keep playing
Why did Julius Peppers decide to come back for a 17th season? It’s simple, really. “I just want to keep playing. I still love the...

Video: Julius Peppers UNC Football & Basketball Highlights
Julius Peppers is perhaps the greatest defensive player to ever don Tar Heel blue. The two-time first-team All-American had a stellar career in Chapel Hill...

Come see the Tar Heels play (and run, and jump, and throw)
When people think about the Tar Heels, they think about Michael Jordan, Vince Carter and Julius Peppers. A younger generation thinks of Marcus Paige, Harrison...

Carolina Panthers' defensive lineman Julius Peppers sells Chicago mansion
Carolina Panthers' defensive end Julius Peppers has sold his Chicago mansion he bought from former Bull B.J. Armstrong eight years ago. Located steps from Lake...

Life-after-football plans on hold for Julius Peppers
Play a 17th NFL season or start his life after football? We know the answer now. Julius Peppers signed a one-year deal with the Panthers...

5 things you need to know about New York Giants LB Kareem Martin
A native of Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, Kareem Martin went on to start 41 games for the Tar Heels and recorded 178 tackles (92 solo),...

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