After hot start, UNC's recruiting has cooled off
The Greensboro News and Record
"Rosters for the North Carolina and South Carolina Shrine Bowl Teams."
Shrine Bowl Rosters
The Charlotte Observer
"A bid to lose a little weight might have cost Carolina Panthers rookie defensive end Julius Peppers a $1 million bonus. Peppers on Thursday was made an alternate Thursday to the Pro Bowl, but many felt he could have been a starter if not for his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's list of banned substances."
Peppers misses out on $1 million bonus
The Raleigh News and Observer
"Peppers, who has served two games of his suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, was left off the NFC Pro Bowl team on Thursday despite ranking second in the conference and third in the NFL in sacks. The second pick of the April draft was named a first alternate, but he had to be voted onto the team to qualify for the $1 million bonus that was a part of his contract."
Peppers misses Pro Bowl