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Is Beason going to restructure?

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If it is any consultation....

CJ is the #15 highest paid athletes in the world.....http://www.forbes.com/profile/charles-johnson-2/

DW is number 66

Kalil is 71

http://www.forbes.com/athletes/list/

That's effing crazy!

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It seriously makes me smile to think that my post makes a grown(?) man want to punch his computer screen!

God I love winning at teh Internet!

I get over it quick. But come on, it's like ESPN talking about Cam's sophmore slump when he has almost identical stats from his rookie year or putting "No adding Sugar" on ice creme and marketing it as diet. It's still got 40 grams of sugar already in it!

And how do you know I'm a grown man. I could be a 12 year old girl or a tiger.

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Beason didnt get hurt till AFTER he got his contract and at the time, he was worth that and nobody was really complaining. Everybody thought he was the best LB in the league after Willis at the time. No matter how people want to lash out at it or hurney, it wasnt really a bad move it, was just unfortunate with him getting hurt afterwards. Just putting that out there, i think every move made should be judged individually and not collectively out of frustration. The D Will, Stewart, Godfrey moves were really the only ones i had problems with.

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Beason didnt get hurt till AFTER he got his contract and at the time, he was worth that and nobody was really complaining. Everybody thought he was the best LB in the league after Willis at the time. No matter how people want to lash out at it or hurney, it wasnt really a bad move it, was just unfortunate with him getting hurt afterwards. Just putting that out there, i think every move made should be judged individually and not collectively out of frustration. The D Will, Stewart, Godfrey moves were really the only ones i had problems with.

He was still overpaid...good player but overpaid. Not enough big plays for that type deal

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I'm still trying to wrap my head around the fact that Beason is #56 on the Forbes list of the WORLDS highest paid athletes....ohh and he has not played a game in a year

http://www.forbes.com/profile/jon-beason/

Eh...he played 4 games this season

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He was still overpaid...good player but overpaid. Not enough big plays for that type deal

Beason made plenty of big plays when he was healthy. You seemed to have forgot. He made pro bowls, he was arguably the best LB in the league, you dont just say that about someone who only racks up tackles.

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Beason made plenty of big plays when he was healthy. You seemed to have forgot. He made pro bowls, he was arguably the best LB in the league, you dont just say that about someone who only racks up tackles.

Compare Beason 4 years in to someone like Urlacher 4 years in....

He was good....but he didn't have the big play resume for that payday. Willis had it. His claim was the best MLB in a league where half the teams run a 3-4 and there weren't any young standouts.

Not knocking Beason but he was like all the others....paid on the next tier higher than he should of.

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Compare Beason 4 years in to someone like Urlacher 4 years in....

He was good....but he didn't have the big play resume for that payday. Willis had it. His claim was the best MLB in a league where half the teams run a 3-4 and there weren't any young standouts.

Not knocking Beason but he was like all the others....paid on the next tier higher than he should of.

Of course you would say this after not be able to watching him play the past 2 years, i understand. Typical.

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Of course you would say this after not be able to watching him play the past 2 years, i understand. Typical.

First 4 years as a starter...MLB/ILBs

15 sacks, 8 FF, 2 TD, 4 INTs

21 sacks, 4 FF, 1 TD, 6 INTs

4 sacks, 3 FF, 0 TD, 8 INTs

16 sacks, 6 FF, 0 TD, 6 INTs

14 sacks, 4 FF, 0 TD, 2 INTs

9.5 sacks, 6 FF, 0 TD, 7 INTs (played only 1/3 of one season of the 4)

4 years in....Beason wasn't making the big plays to invest quite that many dollars....you can still be good and overpaid. Which one is Beason?

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