Farewell to Jon Beason


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Church. 

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happy and sad!!!   

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I'm glad we traded him after we played the Giants, and I hope the Beast proves all the doubters wrong.

Good luck Jon.

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I'm not going to lie. I'm going to miss him. :(

 

He was one of my favorite Panthers hands down. I got a black #52 jersey in my closet right now. Hope he finds success in New York at his original position in which he dominated. Good luck Beason.

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Love Beas and I'm gonna miss him, was never the same after those injuries.

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one of the reasons to make me depressed... damn

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bittersweet moment.

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If I could, I would be blubbering like a baby. However, I am somewhat emotionally crippled. I'm still very depressed about the trade. I know business is business but this was too damn sudden. I honestly thought I had all season to prepare for this inevitable heartbreak. Jon is one greatest Panthers this organization has ever seen off and on the field. Smart, genuine, caring, and brimming with enthusiasm. Here's to you Beast!!! Thank you for the memories 52!!!

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Gutted...but glad he has his chance to play the Mike again and get back on track if his body will let him.

 

G'luck Beast!

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Thank you Jon, you are a class act and will be missed. I wish him the very best.

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This is one of those painful break ups where we'll all be better once its done.  Beason is a tremendous human being in most ways (I don't know him, but from what I've read).  I hate that injuries derailed his career here, but it's not fair to keep him from restarting his career.  I wish him the absolute best of luck and good health.  I'd love to see him get back to his high level of play, but who knows if that's going to happen at this point in his career considering how devastating micro fractures are.

 

On a business end of things, I'm glad we got something.  Who knows what coulda/woulda happened if he'd played out the season.  He might have retired, or never become an impact player again, which would have netted us nothing in return.  

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