According to multiple reports, the Carolina Panthers do not plan to use the franchise tag this year on defensive end Julius Peppers. Charlotte’s WCNC-TV and ESPN reported Monday evening that the 30-year-old Peppers — who was hit with the franchise tag last season — will not be tagged for a second consecutive year by the team, which will leave him as one of the most attractive available players when free agency begins March 5. The 6-foot-7, 290-pounder has been one of the premier pass rushers over the last decade, compiling 81 sacks, including 10.5 sacks or more in five of the last six seasons with the Panthers. For more Patriots news, check out our football blog, It Is What It Is.
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