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New York Giants

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Jon Beason starts camp on PUP list
by Larry Hartstein |

As expected, Giants middle linebacker Jon Beason will start training camp on the PUP list. Beason is rehabbing a foot injury but believes he'll be ready for Week 1. At worst, the Giants hope to have Beason back during the season's first three weeks.

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Jon Beason thinks he'll be ready for Week 1
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Giants linebacker Jon Beason said his goal is to "absolutely" be ready for the team's Week 1 game at Detroit after breaking a bone in his foot in mid-June. 

His foot isn't in a cast or boot anymore, according to the New York Daily News. The expectation is that Beason will spend much of training camp on the PUP list. 

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Giants hoping Jon Beason returns by Week 3
by Larry Hartstein |

The Giants hope middle linebacker Jon Beason, who's recovering from a foot injury, will return during the first three weeks of the season, reports The Star-Ledger. In his absence, Jameel McClain and rookie Devon Kennard will compete for the starting job.

The paper is betting on McClain thanks to his six years of experience with the Ravens.

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Jon Beason not expected to be ready for season opener
by Larry Hartstein |

It's unlikely that Giants linebacker Jon Beason will be ready to play Week 1 at Detroit, reports Beason suffered a ligament tear and a small fracture to the sesamoid in his right foot 10 days ago, but the injury won't require surgery.

His foot is immobilized and will be for another month.

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Jon Beason will not need surgery
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Giants linebacker Jon Beason will not undergo surgery for his injured right foot, reports the team's official website.

Beason was examined Monday by a foot and ankle specialist in Charlotte. After the exam and a review of Beason's MRI, X-Rays and CT scan, it was determined that Beason’s injury -- a ligament tear and a small fracture to the sesamoid in his right foot – does not require surgery. Beason’s foot will be immobilized for six weeks (three weeks in a cast and three in a walking boot) as the first step in his rehabilitation.

"I'm happy that it was determined that I will be able to recover without surgery," Beason said. "My plan is to work as hard as I can during my rehab so I can be fully recovered around the start of the regular season opener on Monday night in Detroit."

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Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2007Carolina Panthers16140106.0340100.0006
2008Carolina Panthers16138110.028035217.34408
2009Carolina Panthers16141111.030334615.31807
2010Carolina Panthers1612190.0311177.0708
2011Carolina Panthers144.000000.0000
2012Carolina Panthers42816.0120122.0202
2013Carolina Panthers3117.040000.0000
2013New York Giants129365.0280199.0901
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2007Carolina Panthers1600001210
2008Carolina Panthers16000011210
2009Carolina Panthers1600102020
2010Carolina Panthers1600200000
2011Carolina Panthers100000000
2012Carolina Panthers400000000
2013Carolina Panthers300000000
2013New York Giants1200000000
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