Bryant McKinnie missed a second consecutive practice Saturday, and NFL.com senior columnist Vic Carucci speculated that the Vikings’ offensive tackle could be sent home.
Posts Tagged ‘Julius Peppers’
Just because it’s Pro Bowl doesn’t mean there isn’t some offseason recruiting going on. Darnell Dockett said Wednesday he’d gladly give up his No. 90 jersey to fellow Pro Bowler Julius Peppers, on the condition Peppers would join him on the Arizona Cardinals.
It’s now that time of year, the portion of the offseason where the Carolina Panthers address what to do with DE Julius Peppers.
Posted: Thursday, November 19th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Carolina Panthers, Jake Delhomme, Jason Taylor, Joey Porter, Julius Peppers, Miami Dolphins, Ricky Williams, Ronnie Brown, Steve Smith, Ted Ginn, Wildcat
That is Carolina Panther power football. Opening drive is what they do best. Lot of power runs and a few intermediate passes.
Posted: Wednesday, November 11th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Anquan Boldin, Antoine Winfield, Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Bernard Berrian, Brad Hoover, Brett Favre, Brian Westbrook, Buffalo Bills, Calvin Johnson, Carolina Panthers, Charles Woodson, Chris Chambers, Cincinnati Bengals, Clinton Portis, Cortland Finnegan, Dallas Cowboys, Darren Sharper, DeAngelo Williams, Detroit Lions, E.J. Henderson, Green Bay Packers, Jairus Byrd, Jason Campbell, Jerious Norwood, Jim Zorn, Joey Porter, Jonathan Stewart, Julius Peppers, Justin Gage, Kansas City Chiefs, Ken Hamlin, Ladell Betts, Larry Foote, LenDale White, Leonard Weaver, Marques Colston, Matt Hasselbeck, Matthew Stafford, Miami Dolphins, Mike Vrabel, Minnesota Vikings, Muhsin Muhammad, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Roddy White, Seattle Seahawks, Sedrick Ellis, Shaun Ellis, Steve Breaston, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans, Terrell Owens, Trent Edwards, Washington Redskins, Week 10 injuries
Teams have released their Week 10 practice participation reports through Wednesday. Here’s a look at some notable developments.
Posted: Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Julius Peppers, Mike Singletary, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Owen Daniels, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers, Santonio Holmes, Tim Kawakami
San Francisco now finds itself needing to rebound with back-to-back home wins, but the pressure isn’t so much on the players to do so. Whether or not the 49ers can get out of this rut lies squarely on the shoulders of head coach Mike Singletary, writes San Jose Mercury columnist Tim Kawakami.
There is very little chance that the Panthers and DE Julius Peppers will beat today’s 4 p.m. deadline for franchise-tagged players to sign long-term contracts, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
A quick tease at some of the topics we’ll be touching on.
With a later Super Bowl this season, the 2010 NFL Draft will likely take place in May.
Posted: Sunday, June 28th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Detroit Lions, Drew Brees, Josh Freeman, Julius Peppers, LaDainian Tomlinson, New Orleans Saints, Paul Posluszny, Plaxico Burress, San Diego Chargers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Terrell Suggs
Buccaneers GM Mark Dominik told the St. Petersburg Times that he wants rookie QB Josh Freeman eased into the starting role.
With the Carolina Panthers and star DE Julius Peppers talking contract, a long-term resolution seems like a good resolution for both parties when you do the math.
A few rants and raves about putting together a winning enterprise in this league we love so much.
Panthers DE Julius Peppers has been unhappy for most of the offseason and demanded a trade. But after months of rumors and no movement, Peppers signed his one-year franchise tender on Wednesday worth $16.7 million. Now, he’s apparently open to signing a long-term extension with the team.
Thanks for stopping by my new blog, NFL Nation. This has been a week of new beginnings for me, and I’m pumped to start my blog here at NFL.com. Hope you become a regular.
A whole lot has been said and written about a story I posted on this site Monday regarding a likely trade that would send Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers to New England in exchange for a second-round draft pick. On Thursday, two prominent voices joined the conversation: Patriots coach Bill Belichick and Peppers’ agent, Carl Carey.