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Jon Beason | LB | New York Giants
Posted: 6/17/2014 2:07pm et
New York Giants LB Jon Beason will not need surgery, doctors determined after he was examined by Dr. Robert Anderson on Monday, June 16. Beason is dealing with a ligament tear and a small fracture in the sesamoid bone in his right foot, and his foot will be immobilized for six weeks, with three of those weeks in a cast.
Huddle Up: At least Beason avoided another appointment with the scalpel, but it's still not a good overall health sign given that the LB has missed a whopping 29 games over the past 3 seasons.

Posted: 2/18/2014 12:14pm et
Free-agent LB Jon Beason is a player the New York Giants want to bring back, and the team has discussed a long-term deal with him. The franchise-tag salary for linebackers is likely to be $10 million, so they'd have to be confident about their chances of signing Beason long-term if they were to risk paying him that much on a one-year deal.
Huddle Up: Beason, who was second on the squad with 93 total tackles this past season, is in the prime of his career having just turned 29 in January so he's definitely a candidate to get a longer-term deal.

Posted: 10/4/2013 10:58am et
The New York Giants have agreed to deal a late-round draft pick to the Carolina Panthers for LB Jon Beason. He must pass a physical first.
Huddle Up: The Giants could use some linebacking help; adding the former first-round pick is certainly a step in that direction, though injuries have sapped Beason's talent to the point that he'd lost his starting job each of the past two seasons in Carolina.

Posted: 9/19/2013 1:02pm et
Carolina Panthers LB Jon Beason (knee) is playing through pain after microfracture surgery last year. He had a rough game in Week 2, as he struggled in pass coverage and missed a few tackles.
Huddle Up: Beason still is tied for third on the team with 11 total tackles through 2 games but after missing 27 games over the past 2 seasons and undergoing microfracture surgery, there's certainly no guarantee the 3-time Pro Bowler will ever approach his previous level of play.