Found April 28, 2012 on Fox Sports Ohio:
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- The Cleveland Browns finally addressed their wide receiver depth in the fourth round, selecting speedster Travis Benjamin from Miami with the 100th pick in the NFL draft. The Browns needed a wideout to stretch defenses, and Benjamin has been timed in 4.34 seconds in the 40-yard dash. The 5-foot-10 Benjamin had 41 catches and three touchdowns last season for the Hurricanes. General manager Tom Heckert passed on taking a wide receiver in the first three rounds, but he wasted no time Saturday, taking Benjamin with the first of seven selections on the final day. Benjamin can be a potential target for new quarterback Brandon Weeden, who has a better arm than Colt McCoy. Benjamin is just one of six players in Miami history to have more than 2,000 career receiving yards.

Pick #100: Browns Select WR Travis Benjamin

The fans finally got what they were looking for, even if it was an unfamiliar name. With the fifth pick in the fourth round, the Cleveland Browns selected wide receiver Travis Benjamin out of the University of Miami. Rated as the No. 174 overall prospect by ESPN, he is about 5-feet-11-inches and had pretty mediocre stats during his senior season with 41 catches for 609 yards and...

Miller, Benjamin Taken in Round 4

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