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Panthers LB Jon Beason To Have Season-Ending Knee Surgery -
Carolina Panthers LB Jon Beason said he’s likely going to have season-ending knee surgery early next week. Beason hasn’t played since Week 4. “I’ve been pretty banged up, it’s been week to week,” he said Tuesday. “And we decided to take another look at the knee, see what’s going on. I got the MRI yesterday and it didn’t look good.” It’s the second straight year Beason will end up on season-ending injured reserve. Last year, he tore his Achilles’ tendon in Week 1. The Panthers will turn to rookie Luke Kuechly who has 26 tackles, one interception and one breakup in his last two games.
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The Carolina Panthers appear to be trending downward again after picking up a bag full of hope in the 2011-2012 season. No less than three of their major pieces are done for the year.
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Panthers coach Ron Rivera says three-time Pro Bowl linebacker Jon Beason has been placed on injured reserve with knee and shoulder issues. Beason will have surgery next week on his left knee. The Panthers have claimed cornerback James Dockery off waivers from Cleveland to replace Beason on the roster. Dockery joined the Panthers at practice. These are...
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Former Carolina Panthers Defensive Lineman Michael Rucker joins Fox Sports Tonight to discuss Cam Newton's behavior.