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Benjamin, the team’s first-round draft choice in 2014, is now under contract through the 2018 season.

Last year, Benjamin played all 16 games and posted 63 receptions for 941 yards and a team-high seven touchdown catches.

After observing Cam Newton up close for a few months now, here are a couple of things I've noticed that aren't terribly significant but still interest me.1) Newton likes to boil things down to absolutes: Wins, losses, successes, failures.

He had that look on his face after every throw that said, “Ow, I’m really in pain here.” Side-note #2: that casual, “totally not in any way a paid advertisement for Budweiser” way that Manning mentioned Budweiser multiple times in the immediate aftermath of the game was lame and stupid, and (worse) Peyton himself I believe owns like two Budweiser distributors, and if Brady had done what Peyton did the world would’ve caught on fire from the heat of the Hot Takes about “what message is Tom Brady sending to our children!?!?!??!?!? I believe Brady will be suspended for four games for Manning’s Budweiser mentions.

The second point: We need to come to some theory on what happened to Cam Newton.

For instance, he said this week: "We could actually be 4-0, simple and plain."2) The Panthers have drastically changed their offense to suit Newton, which makes a ton of sense. Third-and-1, second-and-2, it doesn't seem to matter -- they will use it at anytime.

I went back to the play-by-play last week and counted it up.

“We’re really fired up with the way Kelvin finished up the year,” Gettleman said.

Benjamin likely will never be a 1,500-yard receiver like Julio Jones.

The Panthers were still down only six with less than three minutes.

If Newton was going to snap out of his weird funk, this would be a pretty good time. Jerry Jones desperately wanted to fire him, more or less from Phillips’ second day on the job, but his team kept winning games to foil Jones evil plan.

Just weeks after the video of the awful punch thrown by Ray Rice became public in September 2014, the NFL launched a mandatory, comprehensive domestic violence and sexual assault education program for everyone who works for the league, more than 6,000 players, coaches, team staff and league office personnel.

Now, three years into the program, the NFL has decided it’s time to bring in a particularly powerful and compelling voice to talk about the issue: Ray Rice himself. I’m fortunate enough to be in contact with the league and I’m thankful for the opportunity to tell it.”What a turn of events this is, and a very good one at that.

Rice remained a pariah, untouchable, even as he apologized every time he faced a microphone.

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