Chargers WR Travis Benjamin didn’t re-sign with the Browns because he "wanted to play with a better quarterback."
Chargers agreed to terms with WR Travis Benjamin, formerly of the Browns, on a four-year, $24 million contract.
NFL Network's Rand Getlin reports Travis Benjamin will sign with the Chargers when the new league year opens Wednesday afternoon.
ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports the Falcons have "inquired about" free agent Travis Benjamin.
The Houston Chronicle reports the Texans have shown interest in free agent Travis Benjamin.
The Akron Beacon-Journal's Nate Ulrich predicts the Browns will let impending free agent WR Travis Benjamin "slip away."
Browns executive VP of football operations Sashi Brown said contract negotiations with impending free agent Travis Benjamin have not broken down.
NFL draft insider Tony Pauline passes along "word from the Combine" that the Chargers and Falcons are "in the hunt" for free agent Travis Benjamin.
Free agent Travis Benjamin's player rep tells NFL.com's Rand Getlin that talks with the Browns have "broken down," and that his client will hit the open market.
ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi reiterated on Twitter that the Browns are "close" to re-signing free agent Travis Benjamin.
ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi believes free agent WR Travis Benjamin could be re-signed "very soon."
ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi believes the Browns will re-sign free agent Travis Benjamin.
Free agent Travis Benjamin hopes to have a new deal with the Browns before hitting the open market.
The player rep for free agent Travis Benjamin said Wednesday he's "optimistic" the Browns and Benjamin will come to an agreement.