Panthers WR Kelvin Benjamin realizes he may have a reduced role
Panthers TE Greg Olsen said Kelvin Benjamin's unselfish nature will allow him to fit back into the lineup easily.
"That is always the million dollar problem — you can have a lot of good players but not everybody is not necessarily willing to accept where they fit into the team aspect of offense," Olsen said. "But Kelvin is the rare guy who can be a No. 1 talent, but still understands how he fits into the big picture. Anytime you can more add guys like that to a team, you can't help but improve."
Benjamin has no pretenses about returning to be the team's dominant No. 1 receiver.
"Hey, I just want to come in and be a part of it," Benjamin said Tuesday at OTAs.
Benjamin saw 26.9% of his team's targets in 2014, but he'll be hard-pressed to see that much action now that the team added Ted Ginn and Devin Funchess to the mix, while Corey Brown continues to develop.
Filed Under: 2016, Preseason
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