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'Sons of Anarchy' season 7 spoilers: Updates on what's to come

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On April 5 IBTimes shares that there is going to be a lot of changes in this upcoming season of "Sons of Anarchy." The biggest change of all, now that Tara is gone, is that Jax is going to have to learn to be his own moral compass. Jax and Tara were high school sweethearts and have dated and been married for most of the past six seasons and now that he doesn't have her there, it is likely that reckless abandon will take place.

Wendy, played by Drea de Matteo, will be returning to Charming, likely to care for the boys because someone has to and Gemma can't be trusted. There are rumors that Lea Michele will be added to the cast as a crow-eater or working in the brothel that Jax and Nero share.

Kurt Sutter himself says that season seven of "Sons of Anarchy" is going to see far less deaths and a lot more character depth from everyone this season. With Opie already gone, and so many others, it would be too difficult to remove more people that have become like family to fans.

With Tara gone, Jax is completely untethered and off the chain. He is going to be forced to be his own moral compass and many are wondering if he would even be able to do it since he's always had the guidance of Opie or Tara to lead him down the path that was less disastrous and closer to the moral high ground.

Do you think that Jax will be able to do it? Would being a role model for his sons be enough to keep him on the high road?

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