Beef Between Cam Newton And Kelvin Benjamin Seems to Have Escalated


I don't know, man ...

"I mean, I felt like I would've been even more successful if ..." It just felt like I wasn't in that position.

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All this beef comes from an interview posted by The Athletic where Benjamin says he wishes he was never drafted by the Panthers and also said that he would have done a lot better if he was drafted by any other quarterback.

Kelvin Benjamin just brushed off Cam Newton like a defensive back. leaving Cam hanging on a high five and exchanging heated words with the QB - and it's all on video. At mid-field prior to the start of the contest, Newton approached Benjamin while he was speaking with former teammates and coaches. Newton apparently wanted to discuss. Benjamin didn't appear to want to have much of a conversation. However, the players will finally get a chance for live action as they face the Buffalo Bills in the first preseason game. "So we'll move forward as a team, and I'm hoping we've already done that". "I get it. I know what that's like, but you'd like to see him kind of move forward to his new team and embrace his new opportunity, rather than kind of go personal on it".

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Newton later waved off Benjamin in apparent frustration before the two parted ways for the remainder of warmups.

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