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panthers04100

As soon a Jon beason stop playing

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Just talking about right now, not down the road, one of these guys is a tackling machine, and one can't tackle period. Beason might as well just head to IR to make this easy the rest of the way then figure it out in the off-season.

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keep beason, but keep him on the outside.

keek as a rookie is better than beason was at his best, but beason at his best is still really good. we need to keep him around, but we need to just find a place to use his strengths.

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Move Beason to OLB and cut James Anderson, who is the king of tackles 5 yards past the line of scrimmage. The Bears have had a decade of great defense with Urlacher and Briggs at LB, and I don't see why we can't do the same. That or move to a 3-4 and put Beason and Keuchly in the middle, move CJ to DE (not OLB, dude can definitely be good in this scheme) and draft the fattest, strongest, most Bojangle-eating NT in the draft. TD off the edge rushing the passer would be amazing, and OLBs for 3-4 have been proven to be a dime a dozen (with good scouting lol). Then we all wake up

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trade or restructure. and yeah e-high five to the guy on the previous page who remembered that beason was drafted to play OLB because witherspoon's departure left a vacuum at that spot and morgan was still supposed to be guy at MLB. he's played at both SLB and WLB and held it down well.

also, dealing a former pro bowler/all pro coming off some injuries for some solid picks is by no means unprecedented. somebody would bite if he was on the block.

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Luke and TD have been awesome... I see 58 & 59 all over the field. Beason is not 100% physically and until he is, it's not really even a discussion. Let's cross that bridge when we get to it... lots of other issues more pressing imo.

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trade or restructure. and yeah e-high five to the guy on the previous page who remembered that beason was drafted to play OLB because witherspoon's departure left a vacuum at that spot and morgan was still supposed to be guy at MLB. he's played at both SLB and WLB and held it down well.

also, dealing a former pro bowler/all pro coming off some injuries for some solid picks is by no means unprecedented. somebody would bite if he was on the block.

A team isn't going to give up multiple picks for a currently injured LB with a big contract. I'm sure a team would trade for him, but the highest they would go is a 5th. Restructure would be nice, but who knows at this point.

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