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

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fuging love Beason. Our lb corp is my favorite group of the team.

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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.

It's amazing how many people thought Hurney was a "cap genius" when the only way he could finagle the cap was by utilizing the signing bonus, and boy did he play that fuging card to death

welcome to cap hell folks

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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

yea right. If we switch to a 34 D, TD and Anderson are pretty much gone and Johnson and Hardy all of a sudden just became olbs. And lets quit the Star talk. We took our self out of the Star talk.

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I'd love to have Beason next season. Just take a pay cut 52, for the better of this team.

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Beason is and has been a great leader and favorite of the fans...If anyone can come back its him.These things have a way of working themselves out ....just like TD

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This article makes me hopeful, but I have little doubt that any GM is going to either have to restructure Beast, trade him, or cut him.

He probably won't have the opportunity to earn that contract.

My fear is that we ask to restructure, he politely declines, and we have to move him or cut him.

I hope that is not what happens. I want him here, and he wants to be here. I hope we can make it work. But it is doubtful that can happen at his current salary.

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If we ran a 3-4 with our personnel, Andre Brown and Bryce Brown would've rushed for 1,000+ in their two combined games.

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Reason is a team player.

Most of this thread shows the ignorance of the huddle.

Edit. Damn phone.

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Reason is a team player.

Most of this thread shows the insurance of the huddle.

lol insurance. but yes Beason is a team player and I believe he'd do what's necessary to stay with the team. Honestly I'm not even positive I think he needs to restructure, he was a top 5 ILB and people forget how long it takes to regain form after an Achilles tear. It used to be a death sentence for players but over the past few years several players have successfully came back from it, although it took about 2 years to come back to around 100%. This extra year of rest will be great for his Achilles to completely heal and plenty of time for his shoulder as well. I have no doubt he will come back just as good as he was up until he was first injured.

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Beason will be back, I'm just very anxious to see where they line him up.

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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.

Beason is no where near athletic as TD do some hw.

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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

Davis and Anderson are too small to play OLB in a 3-4.

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