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  1. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    http://www.espn.com/blog/carolina-panthers/post/_/id/28887/julius-peppers-37-rests-during-the-week-so-he-can-create-havoc-on-sundays Asked what Peppers has meant to the locker room, Pro Bowl defensive tackle Kawann Short summed it up best. “Peppers is the locker room, man," he said. “Everybody wants to do what he’s done around here, if not longer. He set the standard. Everybody is trying to chase that greatness he’s done around here." http://www.panthers.com/news/article-2/Julius-Peppers-narrates-playoff-hype-video/f178e8f0-77b9-4473-b5a3-696c0086469e?qwr=fullsite_temporary
  2. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    https://nsjonline.com/article/2017/12/nsj-comeback-player-of-the-year-in-the-twilight-of-his-career-peppers-comes-home-to-carolina/ “Unfortunately, he’s only been around for this season,” coach Ron Rivera said, “but he’s the type of guy that makes an impact every time he’s on the field.” While Peppers’ production on the field has been a pleasant surprise, he’s also given the team a veteran presence in the locker room. Rivera credited a win over Tampa in late October to a fiery locker room speech Peppers gave on the importance of practicing well. “I think that’s huge when a guy like him steps up and says something about the guys,” Rivera said. “He’s a guy that I think a lot of guys look up to. When he’s out there, I think that’s something the guys really feel about him.” In a season when many expected Julius Peppers to collect rocking chairs in one last swing around the league, the Panthers’ franchise player for a generation has showed that his comeback is far more than just a geographical one.
  3. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    http://m.panthers.com/s/30848/embeddedNewsPath?itemUri=-2115520147/13414051882148121071012711125 Listen: "Everything But Football" with Julius Peppers http://www.panthers.com/media-vault/videos/Watch-Gameday-Morning-with-Julius-Peppers/d7d781fd-ff83-4e0c-a847-8fa8829ff897
  4. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    http://m.panthers.com/news/article-2/In-My-Own-Words-Julius-Peppers/b4a40c3a-f8ab-4301-bffa-6b5b5c92b292 In My Own Words: Julius Peppers
  5. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    http://amp.charlotteobserver.com/sports/nfl/carolina-panthers/nfl-blog/article190264294.html “Julius Peppers and I have been teammates and there is a close friendship there,” said Rodgers after the Panthers’ 31-24 victory. “We talked at length before the game and talked after the game. He’s just one of those guys you really enjoy playing with, he’s a phenomenal teammate, he’s one of the greatest of all time. He’ll be a first-ballot Hall of Famer and (I was) just paying respect.” “He said on his sack of Aaron Rodgers, he wanted two things: To get the ball and to make sure Rodgers didn't get hurt,” Demovsky tweeted. “He also said, ‘Be kind to the guys back there.’ He clearly feels strongly about the Packers and his three years in Green Bay.” https://www.google.com/amp/s/clutchpoints.com/panthers-news-julius-peppers-bruce-smith-kevin-greene-elite/amp/ According to a tweet posted this afternoon by the NFL’s official Twitter account earlier, Peppers became only the third player in NFL history over the age of 37 to record over 10 sacks in a season since the statistic became official in 1982.
  6. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    Peppers is without a doubt a first ballot Hall of Famer. One of the best defensive players of his generation and of all-time.
  7. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    With the fourth quarter, fourth down half sack Peppers recored today against Rodgers and the Packers, he now has 10 sacks on the season and became only the fourth player in NFL history to record double digit sacks in at least 10 seasons. https://www.pro-football-reference.com/play-index/psl_finder.cgi?request=1&match=total&year_min=1920&year_max=2017&season_start=1&season_end=-1&pos[]=qb&pos[]=rb&pos[]=wr&pos[]=te&pos[]=e&pos[]=t&pos[]=g&pos[]=c&pos[]=ol&pos[]=dt&pos[]=de&pos[]=dl&pos[]=ilb&pos[]=olb&pos[]=lb&pos[]=cb&pos[]=s&pos[]=db&pos[]=k&pos[]=p&draft_year_min=1936&draft_year_max=2017&draft_slot_min=1&draft_slot_max=500&draft_pick_in_round=pick_overall&conference=any&draft_pos[]=qb&draft_pos[]=rb&draft_pos[]=wr&draft_pos[]=te&draft_pos[]=e&draft_pos[]=t&draft_pos[]=g&draft_pos[]=c&draft_pos[]=ol&draft_pos[]=dt&draft_pos[]=de&draft_pos[]=dl&draft_pos[]=ilb&draft_pos[]=olb&draft_pos[]=lb&draft_pos[]=cb&draft_pos[]=s&draft_pos[]=db&draft_pos[]=k&draft_pos[]=p&c1stat=sacks&c1comp=gt&c1val=10&c5val=1.0&order_by=pass_
  8. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

    http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/261701/julius-peppers-didnt-get-his-ring-but-left-strong-impression-on-packers http://host.madison.com/sports/football/professional/packers-julius-peppers-making-plays-in-carolina-just-like-he/article_be51ce1f-edf1-5da7-aaa5-a778b2763a5c.amp.html “What I was hoping for was consistency, and he’s been that, but he’s also been dynamic,” Panthers coach Ron Rivera replied when asked what he expected from Peppers when he signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal this offseason. “He works so hard. I mean, it’s really one of those things when you watch the type of pro he is, you see why he’s still effective. “We’ve tried to limit his snaps. We’ve tried to be very smart with him when we put the stress on him to perform. He’s seemed to accept that role very nicely. … It’s fun having a guy like that, that is that kind of a player — it really is. It’s one of those things, good players make better coaches.” McCarthy knows that firsthand. “Everybody talked about how quiet he was and so forth, but we got to see another side of him,” McCarthy said. “He commanded a huge presence in our locker room. He did a great job from a leadership standpoint.” Before Peppers faced the Bears in a November 2014 game at Lambeau Field, he was elected one of the three game-day captains. (The Packers, unlike other teams, choose different captains each week.) In what McCarthy called “one of my favorite memories of Julius,” Peppers was chosen to give the team its final pep talk in the locker room before heading out to the field. The speech was supposed to be brief — “Two minutes,” McCarthy said — but Peppers went overboard. Finally, football administration coordinator Matt Klein tapped McCarthy on the shoulder and told McCarthy that Peppers had to wrap it up. “And I said, ‘Hell, don’t worry about it, he’s on a roll. Let him go.’” McCarthy recalled. “It was one of the funniest things as we broke as a team and we come down the hall here and out the tunnel and you could see we’d missed the (pregame) introductions. We had to run onto the field (together). I thought that was classic. “Those are the things you don’t hear about, but he was a great teammate and you look forward to competing against him.” The Packers won the game 55-14.
  9. Julius Frazier Peppers Thread

  10. Does white privilege exist?

    Mike Brown was a thug pos who went for the cops gun. You pos turd breath.
  11. Does white privilege exist?

    That sounds like an extreme case of black privilege right there, gollllly.
  12. Does white privilege exist?

    But the thugs in Chicago wouldn't.
  13. Does white privilege exist?

    Black supremacist? Don't hide it.