According to an additional report from Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, the Panthers will receive Buffalo's third and seventh-round picks in the 2018 NFL Draft.
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. Both men previously worked for the Panthers. "Benjamin is 6'-5" and has 168-receptions for 2,424-yards and 18-touchdowns over 40 National Football League games.
Benjamin, who missed the 2015 season with a torn ACL, has 168 career receptions for 2,424 yards and 18 touchdowns.
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Just before the 4pm ET trade deadline arrived, the Buffalo Bills swung a blockbuster deal to get them the wide receiver they so desperately need.
The Bills next game is against the Jets at MetLife Stadium Thursday night. He had 941 receiving yards and seven touchdowns last season. Despite this being a big splash for the Bills, it is also a risky move, as Benjamin's knee injury raises concern.
Devin Funchess would be Carolina's new No. 1 receiver and Russell Shepard and rookie Curtis Samuel are now expected to see increased playing time. With their tight end Greg Olsen out due to a broken foot, the Panthers relied on Benjamin to carry the load of being the team's top receiver.