Travis Benjamin RUMORS & NEWS

  • Travis Benjamin needed postseason knee scope

    Pro Football Talk "Chargers wide receiver Travis Benjamin needed arthroscopic knee surgery after the season, ESPN’s Adam Caplan reported Tuesday. Benjamin caught 47 passes for 677 yards and four touchdowns last season, his first with the Chargers, but he missed two games and only had nine receptions in the second..." January 31

  • Chargers' Benjamin set to return vs. Texans

    CBS Sports "Benjamin (knee) is expected to play Sunday against the Texans, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network." November 27

  • Travis Benjamin doubtful for Chargers this weekend

    Pro Football Talk "The Chargers played without tight end Hunter Henry and with wide receiver Travis Benjamin last week, but it looks like things will be reversed this Sunday. Benjamin couldn’t make it through last Sunday’s victory over the Titans due to a knee injury and he didn’t participate in practice at all..." November 11

  • WR Travis Benjamin has knee sprain, plans on playing through pain

    ESPN "Chargers wide receiver Travis Benjamin has been limited in practice the last two weeks and his game reps have been reduced due to a right knee injury. Benjamin confirmed an earlier report by that he sought a second opinion on his injury, which has been diagnosed as a grade-2 PCL knee..." November 03

  • Despite miscues, Benjamin remains best option at PR for Chargers

    Today's Pigskin "Another game, another Travis Benjamin slip up. For the fourth consecutive week, San Diego’s coveted offseason acquisition coughed up the ball, with last Thursday’s gaffe serving as the third fumble of which he lost. His hesitation in punt return duty ended up with a loose ball and Broncos..." October 19

  • Chargers may pull Travis Benjamin as punt returner

    San Diego Union-Tribune "Travis Benjamin may have let his last punt bounce for a while. This year, for the second straight spring, the Chargers signed a wide receiver with a proven track record for being a spark in the return game. Last year’s investment did not pan out; that possibility was somewhat foreseeable given..." October 04