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What did Beason tells Scout.com about Pats?

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  1. shakadave

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    I didn't want to pay to join Scout.com, but am curious if any members out there heard what sort of insight Beason gave about his pre-draft visit to Foxboro. Said to be very informative/revealing.
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    I haven't read the article, but I have to assume he said...the interview went well, they definitely are interested in me, they think i'll be a good fit in their system, it'd be great to compete for a championship, blah blah bla.
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    Said it was awright, but he needs to get paid.
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    I paid for Scout. It didn't say much. Just that, he spent two days with Cinncy and a quick trip with the Pats. Said he went over some film with LB coach, and then flew home. Not a very informative article, although I love Scout.com overall.
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    Here's what it said on Patriots.com that made me think the story would be more interesting than people here make it sound:

    "Normally, it's nearly impossible to learn what goes on during these unique job interviews that future Draft picks have with their prospective NFL employers. But Beason gave a rare, revealing account of his trip to Gillette to Scout.com, which is worth checking out."
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    The scout interview was really nothing with nothing. Just spoke about his physical and meeting with Dean Pees. The primary subject of the interview was Beason discussing how he is essentially racking up frequent flyer miles on his tour of NFL cities, and how demanding the process has been. He does believe that the Pats have a serious interest in drafting him...
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    I paid for Scout last year, I though it was a waste. My primary interest is the draft and NFLDraftScout.com is much more informative.

    I also dropped ESPN Insider although I do like their rating of all NFL players.
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    ESPN Insider is a decent deal, I think it's $39.95 and a lot of their good stuff is there now.

    Scout is a poor value, IMO, coming in at around $79 a year. Too rich for my blood. I did their trial period once to see if it was as kick ass good as the price suggested it should be - but it wasn't.

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