Report: Peppers rejected big Panthers' offer
According to a report by ESPN, the Carolina Panthers offered defensive end Julius Peppers a contract worth about $14 million per season in a recent last-ditch effort to re-sign him.
Peppers rejected the offer and the Panthers announced that they would not use their franchise player tag on him by last month's league-wide deadline, according to the report.
Peppers becomes an unrestricted free agent Friday.
He is widely regarded as the top player available on the unrestricted free agent market.
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