Peppers and Taylor to visit the Bears on Friday

Mar 4, 2010 at 9:20 PM--


It seems unlikely that the 49ers will be players to acquire free-agent defensive end Julius Peppers.

The Chicago Tribune reports that Peppers (Panthers) and running back Chester Taylor (Vikings) have agreed to visit the Chicago Bears on Friday. The Bears are considered the frontrunner to land Peppers.



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