Julius Peppers is going home.
The Green Bay Packers free agent is returning to the Carolina Panthers, where he started his career. Adam Schefter reported the news late Friday morning:
Julius Peppers back to Carolina. https://t.co/j1U16uhOQF
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 10, 2017
The future-Hall of Fame linebacker began his career with the Panthers in 2002, where he played for seven years. After a few seasons with the Chicago Bears, Peppers signed with the Packers in 2014.
Peppers isn't the first free agent the Packers have lost this week. The Bills signed former defensive back Micah Hyde and the Browns signed former center J.C. Tretter on Wednesday. However, the green and gold did manage to sign pass rusher Nick Perry to a new long-term deal.
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