Last Wednesday the Bengals signed former New England Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis to a three-year contract. He will probably get a bulk of the team's carries in 2012. Green-Ellis' arrival all but guarantees that Cedric Benson, the Bengals primary back for the past four seasons won't be returning next season.
As of now, Benson remains on the free agent market and from the looks of it, there hasn't been a whole lot of activity going on for him. But wait, there is one team that is emerging that could have interest in signing Benson. And that team would be the Cleveland Browns.
It's not known how much interest the Browns actually have in Benson, but he's an option that the Browns aren't ruling out. But right now, it would appear as if he isn't a top priority as the Browns have more pressing needs to fill.
Cleveland has a hole at running back after losing Peyton Hillis to the Kansas City Chiefs early in free agency. Hillis was the primary...