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10/30/14 - WR Kelvin Benjamin still needs to work on his consistency. He finished with only two catches for 18 yards Thursday despite being targeted 10 times. It is not going to get much easier for a receiver who is drawing some double coverage. Benjamin makes some tough receptions, but he also is prone to lapses in concentration, such as a dropped would-be touchdown pass in the end zone in the third quarter against New Orleans. "We were open," Benjamin said of Carolina's receivers in general. "We just have to come down with the catch."
10/26/14 - WR Kelvin Benjamin wasn't in the starting lineup for the Seattle game, a bit of a change from the norm. Benjamin called it a coach's decision, but the rookie seemed to go out to prove a point that he deserves to be on the field as much as possible. He made one-third of the Panthers' receptions with four catches for 94 yards, accounting for more than half of the team's receiving output.
10/19/14 - WR Kelvin Benjamin, who sustained a concussion last week and was questionable for Sunday's game, started and made an impact. His 32-yard catch late in the first half set up a field goal, and he scored a 13-yard touchdown. On both plays, he used his massive 6-foot-5 frame to beat Packers CB Tramon Williams, who was in good position.
10/15/14 - WR Kelvin Benjamin missed practice after sustaining a concussion against the Bengals. His status for Sunday is very much up in the air.
10/06/14 - WR Kelvin Benjamin, who caught just three of his 11 targets, finished with a career-low 38 receiving yards.