It may not make Bears defensive end Julius Peppers feel any younger, but Peppers was the football ideal of at least one member of the Denver Broncos defensive line in this Super Bowl. Malik Jackson, a fifth-round draft choice of the Broncos in 2012, had a moment of awe in the 2012 preseason when Denver opened in none other than Chicago. Even though Peppers didn’t play in the 31-3 Denver blowout (neither did Jay Cutler, Matt Forte, Brian Urlacher and others), the moment still had some magic for Jackson.
Broncos DT Jackson used Bears' Peppers as on-field role model
CSN Chicago | Jan 31