Former Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers earlier this month signed a three-year, $30 million contract with the Green Bay Packers.
Julius Peppers will play a key role in the Green Bay Packers' revamped defense next season, according to coach Mike McCarthy.
Peppers will be used in what McCarthy calls an "elephant" defensive position, which could include outside linebacker, defensive end and tackle.
"Julius Peppers obviously is an excellent acquisition for our football team and just the thought and design of bringing Julius into our defense, he'll be a multiple-position player," McCarthy said Tuesday during a luncheon with reporters. ...