Benjamin, the 28th-overall pick out of Florida State in 2014, should feel comfortable right away in his new locker room, reuniting with head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane.
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But if Benjamin's not 100%, the Panthers get to wiggle out of the fifth-year option they inked him to and get a third-rounder (and a meaningless seventh-rounder) out of this.
According to multiple media reports, the Carolina Panthers traded their top wide receiver to the Buffalo Bills.
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The 2015 NFL MVP posted a photo of himself and Benjamin, as well as former teammate Joe Webb, on Instagram Tuesday night with the caption "Some things you will never understand!"
Bills receivers now rank last in the league in receptions (45) and receiving yards (594). The Bills still have five picks in the first three rounds of next year's draft. That same season, the Panthers reached the Super Bowl but lost to Von Miller and the Denver Broncos. He bounced back nicely in 2016, raking in 941 yards and seven touchdowns. His 6-5 frame is very hard to box out, and Tyrod Taylor is definitely thrilled to have Benjamin on the roster. The two worked in the Panthers organization before joining the Bills and assuming the task of fixing a franchise that appeared to be in disarray.
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