Buffalo Bills trade for Panthers WR Kelvin Benjamin

Posted November 01, 2017

The Buffalo Bills acquired wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin from the Carolina Panthers for two draft choices prior to Tuesday's trading deadline.

The Buffalo Bills beat the trade deadline to secure the services of wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin for a pair of draft picks. A report by ESPN has relayed the information on this trade and the speculation on why it took place. The Panthers do have an up and coming receiver in Devin Funchess, but after letting Ted Ginn Jr. walk in free agency this year, there isn't another legitimate option to plug in alongside the former MI man.

Benjamin has had spotty production over two-plus seasons.

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Benjamin is in his fourth season in the NFL after the Panthers drafted him in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Funchess has 33 catches this year for 357 yards and a team-leading three touchdown receptions. His Houston Texans are his pride and joy during the fall and the winter on Sundays, while he has the garnet and gold of his Florida State Seminoles in his blood.

Benjamin returned last season and had 63 receptions for 941 yards and seven touchdowns. Being reunited with his former coach and the presence of a run game with LeSean McCoy could help Benjamin get going this year.

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On the flip side, Benjamin's loss leaves a huge void in the Panthers passing game, which has not been the team's strong suit anyway.

They're in the bottom third of the league in both points scored (148, which ranks 23rd) and total yards (2,488, 21st), and tight end Greg Olsen, a favored target of Cam Newton, is on injured reserve until at least the end of November with a broken foot.

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