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Discussion in 'NFL Forum' started by The Benjamin, Mar 15, 2014.
this is already in the rivals section. I would refer people there.
being stationed in north carolina watch him through college days watch panther games as well, Though been bear fan all my life was happy to see him become a bear, really never like high price he commanded but at time something had be done JA surely was;t gonna draft a elite pass rusher. Still great player, salary just to much for us to more forward with. But this pains me to No end to see him join packers, think I will now set fire to my peppers jesery just so it doessn't taint any of the others.
That's what I was thinking :-(
He may take plays off. He may take games off. But he'll come to play against the Bears.
At least our Oline has had plenty of practice against him.
He could but Bushrod and Slaussen can limit him most likely. He will get neutralized esp. if they have no one else just like us last season.
That sounds just like Mongo awesome. Now do you think we can get the fudge packers to take Urlacher?
Also ,the one that should really be pissed is Raji. If Pepp is getting more than him that shows some serious in your face loyalty by the fudge pac to Raji.
Actually, the Packers offered him like $54 million over 4 years and he turned it down. He fucked himself over on this one.
Well, according to NFL.com this is one of the best FA singings so far.
Julius Peppers to the Packers
There's a lot to like here. Peppers is flexible enough to play multiple positions on the defensive line, giving Green Bay greater flexibility. You can line him up as a 3-4 defensive end, a 4-3 defensive end or tackle or stand him up as a linebacker. Peppers will reportedly make $8.5 million in 2013, a reasonable gamble for a Packers defense that needs help.
It's also nice to see general manager Ted Thompson taking a swing at finding a free-agent value. His moves to get Ryan Pickett and Charles Woodson last decade were key in establishing the Packers' eventual championship run.
-- Gregg Rosenthal
Peppers prosper in his time
Well he may and he may decline
Did it matter? does it now?
Julius would answer if he only knew how
Did he doubt or did he try?
Answers aplenty in the bye and bye
Talk about your plenty, talk about your ills
One man gathers what another man spills
Julius Peppers will remain
All he's lost he shall regain
Seashore washed by the suds and the foam
Been in the NFL long he's got to calling it home
apologize: Robert Hunter
I just read on Windy City that sluggobear always posts about "just reading on Windy City". Interesting.
I heard on the radio that the way the contract is structured, the cap hit to the Packers is around 3 mil, and that the contract is year-to-year. If that's true, it's a low-risk deal for Green Bay, and has potential for a pretty good upside. So, why couldn't we get something like that done?
of couse we could, but Pep would never go for it
Yeah you're right, there's a pretty big difference between taking the deal that the packers offered him when he currently didn't have anything better in front of him, compared to trying to get him to take that offer when he's actually got an $18m contract in front of him.