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Beason "I want to stay where I'm loved"

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Of course he wants to stay, he's got $25 miillion non guaranteed dollars left on that contract.

Don't be a blind homer.

Last year and this Beason will have accounted for 19 tackles combined.

How about stay, and redo your contract in a performance based fashion. You know, stay and earn all that Hurney green.

He probably will re-do his contract, but to insinuate that we need to let a guy go as good as Beason is absurd. Apparently everyone just chose to forget about Davis's return from 3 ACL injuries. If Davis can return from multiple injuries in less than two years then so can a younger and more athletic Jon Beason.

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If we switched to a 3-4, I'd wanna hang on to Anderson.

Davis - Kuechly - Beason - Anderson

Johnson - Star - Hardy

Respectfully disagree that Anderson could play olb in a 34, better suited for inside best suited for olb 43

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The huddle doesn't know the difference between a 3-4 OLB and a 4-3 OLB.

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Beason/Keek/Davis that's a dream team lb core right there. Glad to hear he wants to stay. Probably gonna have to restructure that contract a bit, but Jons a team player. It'll get worked out.

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2-3 more pieces we have a Top 10 Defense with solid depth.

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I love you Jon Beason!!!

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Jesus is his contract retarded.

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He probably will re-do his contract, but to insinuate that we need to let a guy go as good as Beason is absurd. Apparently everyone just chose to forget about Davis's return from 3 ACL injuries. If Davis can return from multiple injuries in less than two years then so can a younger and more athletic Jon Beason.

Here's the problem...we have $12 million of unallocated bonus we have to absorb even in a restructure, so he is going to have to be willing to play for peanuts. We could, for example, sign him for 4 more years. The $4 million per year unallocated from the old contract would hit our cap each of the first 3 years of the new deal without him getting even $1 in cash. So how much more could we afford to absorb against our cap so he could have some salary? Maybe $1 million for those first 3 years? Do you think Jon wants to play starting LB for a million a year?

Hurney did a good job of painting us into a corner on this one.

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Here's the problem...we have $12 million of unallocated bonus we have to absorb even in a restructure, so he is going to have to be willing to play for peanuts. We could, for example, sign him for 4 more years. The $4 million per year unallocated from the old contract would hit our cap each of the first 3 years of the new deal without him getting even $1 in cash. So how much more could we afford to absorb against our cap so he could have some salary? Maybe $1 million for those first 3 years? Do you think Jon wants to play starting LB for a million a year?

Hurney did a good job of painting us into a corner on this one.

Where's the Hurney "deal with it" GIF when you need it....sigh...

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hopefullt he comes back better than ever

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We need 52 & 59! SUPERBOWL CHAMPS

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If we switched to a 3-4, I'd wanna hang on to Anderson.

Davis - Kuechly - Beason - Anderson

Johnson - Star - Hardy

lol wtf is this

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