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ARRELIOUS BENN RUMORS

Jaguars Sign WR Arrelious Benn To A Two-Year Contract

Rand Getlin of Yahoo Sports, citing a league source, reports that the Jaguars have signed WR Arrelious Benn to a two-year contract. Benn, 25, was traded to the Eagles by the Buccaneers in return for a 2013 sixth-round pick and a 2014 conditional selection. He was later released with an injury settlement after he unfortunately suffered a torn ACL in August of last year. The...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles Place WR Arrelious Benn on Injured Reserve

Eagles wide receiver Arrelious Benn will spend another season on injured reserve with a back injury according to reports. https://twitter.com/EliotShorrParks/status/505432300159774720
Via Thacover2
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles’ Arrelious Benn Hauls In Circus Touchdown vs. Patriots (GIF)

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Arrelious Benn came up with one of the unlikeliest touchdowns of the NFL preseason Friday night in Foxboro. With the Eagles trailing the New England Patriots by seven late in the first half, quarterback Mark Sanchez fired a pass into the end zone toward a diving Ifeanyi Momah. The 6-foot-7 Boston College product couldn’t haul in Sanchez’s dart...
Via NESN.com
August 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles agree to terms with recently released player

Over the weekend, the Philadelphia Eagles released wide receiver Arrelious Benn. Just days later, the former Illinois product is back with the Birds. #Eagles re-sign WR Arrelious Benn. #FlyEaglesFly — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) May 19, 2014 Benn was cut for financial reasons, specifically the avoid the $1.1 million he was due by the team this year. He’s yet to touch the field...
Via cover32 - Eagles
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles Release WR Arrelious Benn

  The Philadelphia Eagles announced the release of WR Arrelious Benn on Friday. #Eagles release WR Arrelious Benn. — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) May 16, 2014 Benn, 24, was traded to the Eagles from Tampa Bay in return for a 2013 sixth-round pick and a 2014 conditional selection. Benn unfortunately suffered a torn ACL last August, which subsequently forced him to miss the...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Arrelious Benn is ready to return from ACL injury

Recently, I referred to Philadelphia Eagles’ wide receiver Jeremy Maclin as “under-appreciated“. I’ll now refer to wideout Arrelious Benn is a similar fashion — under the radar. Benn is coming off an ACL tear, which happened just weeks before the start of last season. He was traded to the Eagles in March from Tampa Bay, where he was chosen with the No. 39 pick in the 2010...
Via cover32 - Eagles
February 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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