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Beason may not return to be a starter

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Coach Ron Rivera says he isn't sure if three-time Pro Bowl linebacker Jon Beason will return to the starting lineup Oct. 6 when the Panthers visit the Arizona Cardinals.

 

Carolina (1-2) has a bye this week. Rivera quietly changed up the starting lineup on Sunday, replacing Beason — who's struggling to get back healthy following knee surgery last October — with veteran Chase Blackburn at weak side linebacker.

 

The move worked out well as the Panthers sacked Eli Manning seven times and forced three turnovers in a 38-0 rout of the New York Giants.

 

Beason only played one snap on defense. While it's hard to imagine Rivera making a change following a shutout, he left his options open saying "we'll have to wait and see" who'll start against Arizona.

 

 

http://www.wccbcharlotte.com/story/rivera-not-sure-if-lb-beason-will-get-his-job-back-20130924?5454

 

 

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Gotta keep Blackburn in

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it has to be heartbreaking for beason to still have the desire and have his body fail him.

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I don't know that I'm all in on Blackburn yet. Given how easily he identified plays pre-snap from formations in film study, I'd like to see more before I wholesale commit to it. He played well though and I think he's starter material.

 

 

It'd be a nice story to see Beason get closer back to form at the place where this little injury stint occurred, however-but I think we're okay with Blackburn,

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Typical offweek passive-type answer... nothing to see here

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Wow, I really like Beason but I haven't looked at Blackburn play at all. I watch the game again...

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It remains to be seen if Blackburn can play against teams he doesn't know the playbook of.

 

I expect they will be sharing a good number of snaps together.

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