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Beason, Smith return to practice Stewart still out

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Stewart has shown practice and playing on Sunday don't always need to go together. He is probably the only player I could see not practice all week and be able to play

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Have they already gone to Florida to practice?

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Stewart went almost an entire season without practicing. I hardly think it is worth worrying about.

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I think Stew will be back for week 1.

Whoever those clowns are in the comments posting about Clausen, they should never reproduce.

Stewart should be back. But if I was the Panthers. I wouldn't rush Stewart back to fast and risk further injury. I think we can win against the Bucs easy without Stewart in the lineup. We have to much money riding on Stewart to let him go out there not 100%. Dwill and Tolbert can do the job for week one. Plus I'm glad to see Smith and Beason back in action. Ready for week one right now.

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stew should be fine. this is the first training camp and preseason in recent memory where he's been a full participant without that nagging toe injury that always seems to be a problem.

smith i'm not worried about either.

beason at 85% does worry me. the linebacking situation, however, does not, with keuchly playing like a terror and jason phillips able to fill in solidly in a backup role. beason needs to be brought back when he's good and ready and not a moment sooner.

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stew should be fine. this is the first training camp and preseason in recent memory where he's been a full participant without that nagging toe injury that always seems to be a problem.

smith i'm not worried about either.

beason at 85% does worry me. the linebacking situation, however, does not, with keuchly playing like a terror and jason phillips able to fill in solidly in a backup role. beason needs to be brought back when he's good and ready and not a moment sooner.

Honestly I'd like to see Beason be in a role similar to TD's. Used sparingly and be brought along slowly. No reason to rush him back off of a major Injury. The issues he has now are probably related to imbalance with the heel, ham, quad etc.

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Arrgggghhh

All you post is a :54 video of Beast panthers.com

kill yo damn selves

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RR and Hurney drafted Kuechly...what idiots.

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