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Beason may not return to be a starter

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With as much talent as we have at linebacker I think a rotation would help everyone anyways.

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I think Beason needs a full season healthy to get re-acclimated to playing as well as continue healing. His days of being a top 5 LB in the NFL are over but I still think he will be above average starter with time. Hopefully we wreak havoc this year and he resigns cheap, holding true to his comments he loves Carolina and just wants to win.

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We should give the kid we drafted a couple reps.

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I've begun to think that he will be a starter again at some point...

...but it won't be with this team :(

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Should have kept Anderson, and let Beason go.  Beason was great prior to getting hurt, but has not played up to his 100% in nearly 2-years.  Unfortunately, his story could end up similar to another great MLB that Beason was picked to replace.  When Morgan was healthy, he was one of the best MLB in the NFL.  Beason replaced him. 

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Blackburn played with intensity and made some plays. 

 

Sorry, Beason. 

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Is it possible that Blackburn's insight into the Giants played a factor in him starting?

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Blackburn played ONE (1) game as a starter... and...it was  against his old team, which he more then easily can recognize formations and plays ect...  and we happened to win that game.  How does that mean all of you jump on the Blackburn wagon?  Just because we won the game?  won 1 game? oh boy

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Blackburn played ONE (1) game as a starter... and...it was  against his old team, which he more then easily can recognize formations and plays ect...  and we happened to win that game.  How does that mean all of you jump on the Blackburn wagon?  Just because we won the game?  won 1 game? oh boy

 

Did you miss the Bills game where Beason missed tackles and let up every pass that went his way?

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