It appears Kelvin Benjamin and Cam Newton won't be squashing their beef anytime soon.
The comments that got the attention of Newton and plenty of other people - including Buffalo Coach Sean McDermott - featured this passage: "If you would've put me with any other quarterback, let's be real, you know what I'm saying?"
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Newton walked over to talk to Benjamin as the Bills receiver was talking to Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis.
"Just moving on from it", Benjamin kept repeating when pressed by reporters about what was said in the exchange, per Panthers insider Max Henson. Coming off a 9-8 straight up and 9-6-2 against the spread season, the Buffalo Bills open the 2018 preseason with a full-fledged quarterback battle.
Newton did his best to sidestep the comments by Benjamin.
Benjamin finished the game with four catches, 59 yards and one touchdown. Benjamin, who has been a good-but-not-great player in his five-year career, believes Newton is inaccurate and without superior football knowledge. Benjamin has grown cold in Buffalo.