The Bears have agreed to terms with DE Julius Peppers, NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi reports. Peppers will receive a six-year contract worth $13.3 million annually. He’s guaranteed to receive $40 million in the first three years, according to Lombardi.
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The Bears have agreed to terms with free-agent RB Chester Taylor, and the signing of DE Julius Peppers is imminent, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Eagles and Patriots have offers on the table for free-agent DE Julius Peppers, who’s currently on his way to Chicago to visit the Bears.
It looks like the Bears might not be the only team that free-agent Julius Peppers visits.
The Bears are scheduled to meet with DE Julius Peppers and RB Chester Taylor on Friday, the first day of free agency.
Posted: Friday, March 5th, 2010 | Jason La Canfora Tags: 2010 Free Agency, Aaron Kampman, Antonio Bryant, Antrel Rolle, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Chester Taylor, Chicago Bears, Darren Sharper, Detroit Lions, Dunta Robinson, Gary Brackett, Indianapolis Colts, Julius Peppers, Kansas City Chiefs, Karlos Dansby, Kyle Vanden Bosch, Miami Dolphins, Nate Burleson, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Scott Fujita, Seattle Seahawks, Washington Redskins
With the clock about to strike midnight in the East, here’s a look at how some of the top players could begin to come off the market. A handful of players will get new deals tonight, with DE Julius Peppers and LB Karlos Dansby likely in line for the biggest paydays.
Shortly after Antrel Rolle was released Thusday, his agent began looking at potential destinations.
As teams are busy releasing players and extending tenders to their restricted free agents at a dizzying pace on the eve of free agency, we’re still waiting for word on Julius Peppers.
Representatives for defensive end Julius Peppers met with the Bears at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis over the weekend, according to a report on the Chicago Tribune’s Web site.
Could the Eagles be eying Julius Peppers? What is the running back situation for the Jets? Who will be left on Arizona’s roster after March 5? Find out all the news making its way around the Web Sunday.
Posted: Sunday, February 21st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brentson Buckner, Carolina Panthers, Julius Peppers, Mike Rucker, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Pat Kirwan, Philadelphia Eagles, Vic Carucci
While five-time Pro Bowler Julius Peppers is less than a week away from likely becomming an unrestricted free agent — with several seeing New England as a strong suitor — questions are surfacing over his passion for football.
While Brandon Marshall‘s contentious relationship with coach Josh McDaniels has led many to speculate the receiver will ultimately be traded this offseason, Mike Klis of The Denver Post attributes Marshall’s discomfort in Denver to the murder of teammate Darrent Williams.
Julius Peppers could very well walk away from the Carolina Panthers as an unrestricted free agent. If that happens, NFL.com analyst Pat Kirwan believes New England could be a potential landing spot for the five-time Pro Bowler.
Posted: Sunday, February 14th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Kampman, Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, Chan Gailey, Charlie Weis, Chicago Bears, DeDe Dorsey, Detroit Lions, Julius Peppers, Kansas City Chiefs, Karlos Dansby, Kevin Smith, Matt Cassell, Todd Haley, Trent Edwards
An offseason priority for the Detroit Lions is upgrading the running game. How that plays out is anyone’s guess.
Posted: Wednesday, February 10th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Domata Peko, Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Julius Peppers, Maurice Jones-Drew, Rey Maualuga, Rod Marinelli, Ryan Pickett, Tim Tebow, Tommie Harris
Charlotte Observer columnist Tom Sorensen isn’t buying Julius Pepper‘s story that he wanted to stay with the Panthers, especially after he rejected a 2007 contract offer that would have made him the highest-paid player in NFL history.