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Cat Scratch Reader Oct 17, 2014

Meet the enemy: 5 questions with Acme Packing Company

The Carolina Panthers are in for a tough test against a familiar face on Sunday. We sat down with SB Nation's Green Bay Packers blog 'Acme Packing Company' to learn more about the Week 7 opponent. 1. We can't talk about the Packers without mentioning our formerly loved, then reviled defensive end Julius Peppers. How has he been for the Packers this season? Entering the season, many like myself expected Peppers to apply pressure on a somewhat regular basis and provide badly needed balance to offenses keying in on Clay Matthews. Instead, Peppers has stepped into the primary pass rusher role...
The Herald Oct 15, 2014

In Green Bay, a more mellow Julius Peppers will face Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers' player reunion tour continues this week when they visit Green Bay and face another of their former Pro Bowlers in Julius Peppers.

Peppers wins defensive award, offensive next?

 Photo/ Julius Peppers celebrates his 49-yard interception return for a touchdown with teammates last Thursday night. GREEN BAY – Aaron Rodgers would have to do some convincing and lobbying, but maybe the Green Bay Packers quarterback could get Julius Peppers an NFC offensive player of the week award to go along with the defensive player of the week honor the big man received Wednesday.Peppers, the Packers 34-year-old outside linebacker/defensive end, was selected for the defensive award after his 49-yard interception return for a touchdown in Thursday night’s 42-10 victory over the...

Julius Peppers adds some spicy options on defense

This off-season, Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson finally exhausted that other option — a veteran. Julius Peppers, 200 games and all. True, so far, Peppers has resembled that missing piece.
KFFL Oct 2, 2014

Packers | Julius Peppers reaches milestone

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Bad with names, Packers prep for McKinnon, Asiata

 Photo/  Jerick McKinnon’s performance against Atlanta certainly got Julius Peppers’ and Clay Matthews’ attention. GREEN BAY – Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews might not know Matt Asiata and Jerick McKinnon’s names, but the two Green Bay Packers outside linebackers certainly know what the two Minnesota Vikings running backs did on the film they watched.“They definitely pop out on the tape. We notice them,” Peppers said at his locker Tuesday. “I’ve been pretty impressed with 31 (McKinnon). I’m sorry I don’t even know [his name], but I definitely notice him on the...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 26, 2014

New Bears Lamarr Houston, Willie Young laying it on the line

The Bears signed Lamarr Houston and cut Julius Peppers on the same day  in March. But Houston isn’t Peppers’ replacement; he knows that. He’s a different type of player, one who starts at left defensive end but is effective as a pass-rushing defensive tackle. And the Bears didn’t swap out Peppers for one player. They remade the defensive-end position with several veterans to try to improve on their biggest deficiency last season. ‘‘I’ve got a lot of...

Bears games nothing special for Julius Peppers

For nearly everyone on the Packers, this fourth and 8 was an immortalized thrill. For Julius Peppers, it was a nightmare.
KFFL Sep 25, 2014

Packers | Julius Peppers receives praise

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Bears set for Julius Peppers reunion

Lance Briggs believes former teammate Julius Peppers might be poised for a strong showing Sunday, when the Chicago Bears host the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field. "Julius usually has really big games against his former teams," Briggs said. Does he? After joining Chicago in March of 2010 following eight seasons in Carolina, Peppers faced the Panthers on three occasions during his four-year tenure with the Bears. In those games, Peppers totaled 11 tackles, 1.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 24, 2014

Julius Peppers is a stand-up guy in Green Bay

GREEN BAY, Wis. — The differences between Chicago and Green Bay would seem obvious. One is a world-renowned metropolis; the other, far from it. Yet, Julius Peppers finds similar comforts. “I lived in Highland Park,” Peppers said. “Pretty much, you put a football stadium in Highland Park and you got Green Bay right there. “It’s not really too much of a difference from a lifestyle standpoint for me because it’s not like I was out on Michigan [Avenue] and...

Rodgers should be safe from Peppers hit this Sunday

Green Bay - Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been on the run from Julius Peppers for quite some time, but barring some kind of mishap on the sideline he will be safe at Soldier Field Sunday.
ESPN Fantasy Football Sep 21, 2014

Lighter workload better for Peppers?

The Green Bay Packers went outside of their typically frugal free-agent box during the offseason to sign Julius Peppers with the hope that he could ge...

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