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will miss him but this must seriously help our finances therefore opening up some premier choice pickup for next season! otherwise, smh....

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happy and sad!!!

I agree I don't know how to feel. I know for a fact it is better for the organization for Beason and for the Giants so I should be happy.

But I feel .........meeeeeehhhh!

Kind of like when you get rid of your favorite recliner for a furniture upgrade.

He will be missed.

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Dave Gettleman did Jon Beason a solid in all this, as did the Panthers organization overall.  And Beason has played his heart out here.  But this was a business correction that made the best out of this situation for everyone involved. 

 

Panthers get something in this deal- which is obviously better than the nothing they were going to get at the end of the year.  The Giants take out a low-risk flyer on the guy.  Beason gets a final shot to prove not only he can be a MLB, but that he can actually play at a professional level.

 

Beason has had 3 surgeries over the past 17 months.  That is not insignificant by any stretch.  I personally think his career is over.  I don't mean that as disrespect and I know Beason is not ready to admit it, but I don't think this is simply a matter of him "getting healthy."  He has had plenty of time to get healthy.  I just don't think he is the same player he once was.  There is no shame in that, but in the world of the NFL, you have to move on.

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We should also remember how Jon handled Luke coming in here and taking his spot.  He could not have handled that situation with more class. 

 

I look forward to the day Beason has his number retired here.

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This is a good thing. He never got to really come back to the mike spot where he was great. Now he has the opportunity to be right where he want with a team that is not terrible.

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This is the difference between a beloved Peppers and a beloved Jon Beason, I will still respect and cheer for Beast anywhere he goes. 

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We should also remember how Jon handled Luke coming in here and taking his spot.  He could not have handled that situation with more class. 

 

I look forward to the day Beason has his number retired here.

 

This x 10000000

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We should also remember how Jon handled Luke coming in here and taking his spot.  He could not have handled that situation with more class. 

 

I look forward to the day Beason has his number retired here.

 

Not a chance that Beason's number gets retired.  He did not do enough to come close to warranting that honor.

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It hurts, but it's for the best. He deserves to play, he absolutely deserves to have the opportunity to play at his best. He wasn't going to get that here. No one should be bitter or angry about this, it's part of the business.

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Not a chance that Beason's number gets retired. He did not do enough to come close to warranting that honor.

Yeah I have to agree, I thought that after I made the post.

Will always be a fan favorite though, and one of the "if only he hadn't gotten injured" type players.

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