What Kelvin Benjamin said about Cam Newton's pre-game chat

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Kelvin Benjamin and Cam Newton met up publicly and talked ahead of the Bills and Panthers preseason game Thursday. That may not be the case anymore, as Newton didn't seem able to say what he wanted when approaching Benjamin in-person.

In an interview published Friday by The Athletic, Benjamin complained that he would have been "even more successful" if he had "just been drafted by somebody else", and that Carolina was "a bad fit from the get-go" for him. Benjamin was traded to Buffalo during the season past year.

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In brief action Thursday for both players, Newton went 6-for-9 passing for 84 yards, while Benjamin caught four passes for 59 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown.

The meeting comes after Benjamin made comments criticizing his former team, Carolina, and quarterback, Newton. Benjamin answered questions about the exchange by saying he was "moving on", although when asked what Newton said to him, Benjamin responded, "I don't know". We have a lot of respect for our opponents, No. 1, and everyone in the league. Charlotte NBC News anchor Nick Carboni posted Benjamin's ripping of Newton on Twitter.

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Cam appeared to try to squash the beef in the leadup to Carolina's preseason game with the Bills. but when Newton walked up to the wideout, things took a turn.

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