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Peppers Humble Beginnings

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Montsta    15,184

Article from the Chicago Sun-Times

http://www.suntimes.com/sports/football/bears/2096528,CST-SPT-peppers11.article

I saw another article where Peppers said he didn't want to be a leader or vocal in Carolina, but wants to do that in CHI. Will post when I find the link. I hate everything about this guy more and more everyday, and am venturing into full on bitter-hater mode, complete with injury wishes and all.

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Montsta    15,184

I read further and saw he now has The Julius Peppers Project set up in CHI, he have anything like that in the Carolinas?

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The Saltman    1,398

I read further and saw he now has The Julius Peppers Project set up in CHI, he have anything like that in the Carolinas?

nope...seems like he really didnt care about us over here

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jbland    760

I read further and saw he now has The Julius Peppers Project set up in CHI, he have anything like that in the Carolinas?

Yes, in that article it said its an off shoot of the program he started in North Carolina.

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Montsta    15,184

The Julius Peppers Project is where he volunteers his time at various Chicago glory holes

I tried to volunteer for my local glory hole once, but at a meager 6 1/2", I just wasn't very effective.

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The Saltman    1,398

I tried to volunteer for my local glory hole once, but at a meager 6 1/2", I just wasn't very effective.

sorry to hear that

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sunbunny    73

The only time he's ever done anything around here was when he was suspended, and then I think it was mandatory. He spoke at one of the schools in Wilson.

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Zcustom    522

But he also has been dogged by a range of criticism — that he doesn’t always play hard and that he hasn’t been productive enough — throughout his career.

Surprisingly, he doesn’t disagree.

‘‘I feel the same way, actually,’’ he said. ‘‘I feel I haven’t given everything I have to give yet, and I can do more.

fug you Pep, lazy asshole

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mick eye    4

yeah some of you guys seem bitter. Pep gave us some great years. Let's show some class and not bad mouth him now that he has moved on. Seriously, i hated watching Jake this year but i wish him luck. It was time for us to move on also. Did you really want to see all that salary tied up in one player. Him leaving allows us to resign Marshall and Davis. PLUS give an extension to D-Will.

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Udogg    3,079

I am not hating on Pep. But some of the stuff he is saying is ...lets say questionable about the amount of effort he put forth. Saying now he wants to be a leader and how he wants to give everything he's got leads you to question really how much effort he put forth. But even at 63% he was the best DE we have ever had.

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f**k you Pep, lazy asshole

What a f^^khead. How infuriating. I hate that Hurney wasted our damn Franchise tag on a guy so apathetic last year.... then pay'ed him 1mil a game to mope around like a beeotch until Beason came down on him.

They should have sent him packing last year damnit. Hell, we drafted Brown... he might not be as atheltic as Peppers, but his heart would HAVE to be more into playing than this, which would have been enough to at least equal the crap Peppers gave us last year.

Just another Hurney f-up I guess.

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yeah some of you guys seem bitter. Pep gave us some great years. Let's show some class and not bad mouth him now that he has moved on. Seriously, i hated watching Jake this year but i wish him luck. It was time for us to move on also. Did you really want to see all that salary tied up in one player. Him leaving allows us to resign Marshall and Davis. PLUS give an extension to D-Will.

Peppers was great while he was in Carolina, besides that one 3 or 4 sack season. But he is a talented player who helped us win games.

Of course we all would like to have the most dominate pass rusher in the NFL, but we don't now. He will be the same person, play really hard in a few games and take the other 10 games off ;)

All I know is we still are going to whoop-ass when Chicago comes to town this year! :)

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