Cat Scratch Reader "If you ever needed a reminder that NFL end-of-season awards were unbridled pots of crap, look no further than the finalists for 2014 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. A list that excludes Kelvin Benjamin, who finished the season third in yards and touchdowns among rookie receivers. Look, I..." January 08
Charlotte Observer "The last – and only – time the Carolina Panthers had two 1,000-yard pass catchers, Kelvin Benjamin was 8 years old. This year, the Panthers’ rookie receiver is just a handful of first-down catches from being half of the second duo in team history to accomplish the feat. Benjamin and tight..." December 20
NFL.com "Kelvin Benjamin slipped to No. 28 overall in the 2014 NFL Draft after running a sluggish 4.61 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine. To hear the Panthers rookie tell it, the slow time was no accident. "Because I wanted to play for the Carolina Panthers," Benjamin said this week, via..." October 29
Charlotte Observer "The Carolina Panthers Panthers may be without the hottest rookie receiver in the NFL this Sunday in Green Bay. Kelvin Benjamin, Carolina’s first round pick from May’s draft, suffered what Panthers coach Ron Rivera called a “mild concussion” in Sunday’s 37-37 tie with Cincinnati and missed..." October 16
WR Kelvin Benjamin did not participate in practice today due to a mild concussion. He will go through the concussion protocol.
Fox Sports Carolinas "When it came time for the Carolina Panthers to make their first-round selection in this year's NFL draft, it was pretty much a given they'd either select a wide receiver or an offensive tackle, considering they had a serious need at each position. To the surprise of some, that selection was..." June 20
Fox Sports Florida "Winning the national championship fulfilled a dream for Florida State defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan. But with seven weeks left until the NFL Draft, Jernigan is nearing another life-long dream. "My mom actually saved a picture that I drew in church, when I was in third grade, of an NFL..." March 18