The Packers plan to bring Julius Peppers off the bench this season behind Nick Perry.
Packers OLB Julius Peppers confirmed he plans to continue playing.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports Packers OLB Julius Peppers plans to play in 2016.
The Packers aren't expected to ask LB Julius Peppers to take a pay cut.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy "definitely believes" Julius Peppers will be back in 2015, and "doesn't understand" why people would question so.
Packers DC Dom Capers confirms Julius Peppers will "play at a number of different spots."
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel suggests Julius Peppers' "elephant" role will consist of lining up at end in Green Bay's base defense, rushing from the interior in sub-packages, and mixing in snaps at outside linebacker.
Packers signed Julius Peppers, formerly of the Bears, to a three-year, $30 million deal.
"Multiple sources" tell ESPN Dallas the Cowboys have interest in free agent Julius Peppers.
Bears released RE Julius Peppers.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Bears are shopping RE Julius Peppers for trade.
Speaking Thursday at the Combine, Bears GM Phil Emery was evasive when asked about Julius Peppers' future with the team.
NFL writer Dan Pompei agrees that RE Julius Peppers will need to take a pay cut to return to the Bears.
ESPN Chicago believes there's "simply no way" RE Julius Peppers can return to the Bears in 2014 at his existing salary.