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No. 51 sticker on Panthers' helmet means a lot to Julius Peppers


Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers was on the practice field on a cold, overcast day in January of 2004, when coach John Fox gathered players around to hear from linebackers coach Sam Mills. The words that followed he’ll never forget. “He said the doctors told me that I had this cancer that there was two things I could do: I could quit or I could keep pounding." (ESPN.com)

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