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Beason's knee "flared up" this week; Onatolu to IR

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love how we never fail to get the injury bug to our star players. Never see the saints and having breesus or colston hurt, never see the falcons having roddy white hurt or abraham. smfh. why nfl gods?!

it was even more magical than that with abraham. he had a bunch of repeated injury problems with the jets until he went to the falcons who apparently have healing properties as well.

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I have to wonder if Beason works himself to death. I know he's constantly conditioning. Maybe he's doing too much?

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If keek starts in the middle again, and he dominates....then he should be handed the job the rest of the year

Hmmm.... Maybe Mel Kiper did know what he was talking about on draft day after all

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Front office is looking better and better for having drafted Keuchly by the week

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Time to dump Beason's contract

The guy is falling apart. Re-structure...or get rid of...if that's possible

this might be a bit of an overreaction.

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As bad as this sounds I don't think this is a bad thing. It takes about two years for a player to fully recover from his injury, so it's a bit expected he wasn't going to be back to his old self. Kuechly meanwhile as become a star in the making in the middle. I feel this defense is a bit better with Beason off the field, THIS year.

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Beasons injuries are becoming a concern, especially considering that contract last year.

At this point let him sit out as long as he needs and keep Luke in the middle, he will shine.

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He's the only Panthers I know that can get hurt without doing anything.

say what you want but Gamble is on that list too

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How much left on Beason's contract? If >2 years and Thomas Davis makes it halfway through this season, put Beason on IR to get him healthy. Have him get healthy and trade him away if the contract allows us to do so and not have to pay through the nose. We have to come to grips whether Beason is Morgan 2.0 and as much as he was a gamer when healthy...it's not worth expending a lot of time/money. Sucks...but this is business.

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