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10 August 2018, 04:12 | Regina Holmes
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On Thursday, Cam Newton got the chance to confront Kelvin about his comments, but the Buffalo Bills WR chose to dismiss him and just walk away from the conversation. Newton apparently wanted to discuss. Benjamin didn't appear to want to have much of a conversation.
Benjamin was traded last season to Buffalo after his production declined in the aftermath of an ACL injury.
"If you would've put me with any other QB, let's be real, you know what I'm saying?" It just felt like I wasn't in that position. The beef stems from this quote from Benjamin speaking to The Athletic on his time in Carolina. When Benjamin left Newton hanging, Newton asked for privacy and had an apparent argument with his former teammate.
According to The Charlotte Observer's Jourdan Rodrigue, there was no smiling involved and Benjamin "shrugged [Newton] off mid-sentence" and started to walk away.
"I've spoken with Kelvin, and that's not how I want us to handle things like that".
Benjamin had been pretty critical of the Panthers star in a recent interview. He scored a first-quarter touchdown in the game against the Panthers, giving the Bills an early lead, then leaped into the stands to celebrate with Buffalo fans. "I should've never went to Carolina".
Newton did his best to sidestep the comments by Benjamin.
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