The Packers hope adding defensive end Julius Peppers will be a significant upgrade for their defense.
It didn't take long for Jarrett Bush to notice Julius Peppers when the future Green Bay Packers cornerback first arrived at training camp with the Carolina Panthers in 2006.
The 6-foot-7, 290-pound frame was unmistakable. The strength and quickness was unparalleled. Whether it was in practice or a game, Peppers was unlike any football player Bush had ever seen.
As an undrafted rookie trying to earn a paycheck, Bush knew he wasn't just witnessing one of the NFL's premier defensive linemen - this was one of the best players in the entire league. ...