Julius Peppers missed significant time in training camp and preseason with a hamstring strain and was set back last week when he came down with a “flu’ish” illness enough to be sent home to keep h
Citing one of my favorite bromides from Ian Fleming’s James Bond, "one is chance, two is coincidence, three times is enemy action," there is a growing urgency to fix the single
Adrian Peterson rushed for 100 yards but 36 of those came on one carry and the Minnesota franchise tailback never took over a game that was the Vikings’ to win.
Two Pro Bowl linemen — tackle Henry Melton, end Julius Peppers — and all but one member of the Bears defensive line were unable to seriously threaten Cincinnati Bengals quarter
If you’ve been worrying about Julius Peppers, don’t. Not about his health and probably not his play, either.