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Jon Beason wired

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Great video of Beason. He is a great leader and I hope he retires a Carolina Panther.

Anyone else catch Clausen staring off into space during the pregame huddle?

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Great video of Beason. He is a great leader and I hope he retires a Carolina Panther.

Anyone else catch Clausen staring off into space during the pregame huddle?

I definitely did. It's as if he doesn't even try to Communicate.

He's definitely an arrogant SOB.

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Great video of Beason. He is a great leader and I hope he retires a Carolina Panther.

Anyone else catch Clausen staring off into space during the pregame huddle?

Man, I saw the same thing. We need a Jon Beason on this offense. Maybe Skipper should've "let him get a toss."

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Love it, like I said... you can go ahead and clear out a spot next to Sam Mills statue for this guy.

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Jeff King: "Yeah, but I almost f*cked it up." Awesome.

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