Julius Peppers has reportedly signed for a new position with the Carolina Panthers. Peppers' new position with the Panthers is reported "Special assistant of business operations".
The Panthers organizations also believe he will be an asset when it comes to having an ambassador.
Per @ProFootballTalk , the Panthers have hired newly-retired DE Julius Peppers as a special assistant in charge of business operations, serving in a business/ambassadorship role.
Peppers was at West Charlotte HS with David Tepper this morning as he enters the role.
— Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue) May 8, 2019
He finished his career with 266 games played. In those games, he contributed to 159.5 sacks, 557 solo tackles, and 52 forced fumbles.
Peppers' can also contribute as a mentor and help the young DE that the Panthers have just taken.
A player like Julius Peppers can certainly help contribute to a start for a young star like Brian Burns.
Written by: Conor D Sherman @shermanconor