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Carolina Panthers Jon Beason restructures


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Jon Beason - LB - Panthers

Source: Ben Volin on Twitter Jul 24 - 9:28 PM

Panthers WLB Jon Beason restructured his contract Wednesday. Beason, 28, was scheduled to earn a $5.25 million base salary this season. Considered a potential cap casualty early in the offseason process, the injury-prone linebacker kept his spot simply because there's too much money left on his six-year, $51.338 million deal. Beason, MLB Luke Kuechly, and SLB Thomas Davis comprise one of the best-looking linebacker groups in the league on paper, but Beason has appeared in just five games over the last two seasons.

 



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Here, here!

#Gettlemania is in the house!

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God bless Gentle Magic.

 

...auto correct got your ass, didn't it?

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It's on twitter.

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Where was this seen?

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Ben Volin @BenVolin

#Panthers LB Jon Beason renegotiated his contract today. Was supposed to make $5.25 million this year

 

https://twitter.com/BenVolin

 

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#Panthers LB Jon Beason renegotiated his contract today. Was supposed to make $5.25 million this year

 

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Jon Beason - LB - Panthers

Source: Ben Volin on Twitter Jul 24 - 9:28 PM

Panthers WLB Jon Beason restructured his contract Wednesday. Beason, 28, was scheduled to earn a $5.25 million base salary this season. Considered a potential cap casualty early in the offseason process, the injury-prone linebacker kept his spot simply because there's too much money left on his six-year, $51.338 million deal. Beason, MLB Luke Kuechly, and SLB Thomas Davis comprise one of the best-looking linebacker groups in the league on paper, but Beason has appeared in just five games over the last two seasons.

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It's on twitter.

 

A Boston Globe writer? :blink:

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