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Should the team consider trading beason

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I hope they don't thats my personal opinion because when hes 100% the guy lives up to his name as a BEAST but after seeing what we saw out of keek do you think the subject is worth exploring.

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if a team inquires, yes. as soon as we shop him, his value drops significantly until he proves he is pro bowl caliber again.

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Huddle This time last year: Man! If Beason didn't get hurt this year! Our D is going to be sick next season! Playoffs baby!!!

Huddle Now: Man Beason sucks trade him! Our team is awful. In selling my "Growl Towel".

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Hell mother fuggin NO!!! Man... This place is outta fuggin control!!!!

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Mr. Touchdown last year: Makes Snide remark that makes him feel superior.

Mr. Touchdown this year: Makes Snide remark that makes him feel superior and increases his E-penis.

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i don't want to, but it all depends on what the offer is.

it would have to be reeeeeaaalllly good. i'm talking unrealistically bend a team over a barrel after we slipped them a roofie type offer from them.

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His performance this season would probably get us a 7th rounder. Best to keep him in hopes of a comeback.

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Huddle This time last year: Man! If Beason didn't get hurt this year! Our D is going to be sick next season! Playoffs baby!!!

Huddle Now: Man Beason sucks trade him! Our team is awful. In selling my "Growl Towel".

You just wait until Norman gets an interception, this place will be ready to throw 60 mil at him and cut Gamble.

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The league doesn't even know who Beason is. I love Beason, but we overrate him pretty hard around here.

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yes, and not because it's a knee-jerk reaction, but because you have to remove your heart from business decisions.

i'm willing to bet that rivera and his staff came into this season with the idea that, with the defense as a two-to-three-year rebuilding project, beason would be assumed a casualty of his injury (and a useful surprise if he recovered.) keuchly was the result. beason now, as much as i hate to say it, is wholly expendable.

trading him this year would be idiotic unless some desperate team ponied up. let him ease back this year and come on strong at the end of the year, and after he racks up tackles and looks like a monster you start listening to offers over the offseason. if we could come away with a first or second rounder for him and spend it (and other our first-rounder) on DL/secondary this team would be instantly improved going into 2013.

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