• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Browns WR Travis Benjamin (ribs) is active for Sunday

    Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin (ribs) is listed as active Sunday against the Chargers.With 10 catches for 249 yards and four receiving TDs through the Browns' first three games, to go along with a return score, Benjamin has been a fantasy riser of late, though it remains to be seen just how sustainable his current pace is, with Dwayne Bowe possibly cutting into his targets in the coming weeks.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Browns WR Travis Benjamin expected to suit up Sunday vs. Chargers

    Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin (ribs) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Chargers, ESPN.com reports.After having recorded 10 catches for 249 yards and four receiving TDs through the Browns' first three games, to go along with a return score, Benjamin's fantasy stock is on the rise these days. That said, it remains to be seen how sustainable his current pace is, especially if Dwayne Bowe starts being incorporated into the Browns' offense in the coming weeks.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Browns WR Travis Benjamin nabs four passes for 45 yards, TD

    Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin caught just four of his 10 targets for 45 yards and lost a fumble, but scored his fifth touchdown of the season in Sunday's loss to Oakland. Benjamin proved that he could deliver regardless of who was playing quarterback, as he caught a touchdown pass from Josh McCown after picking up three receiving scores courtesy of Johnny Manziel in the season's first two weeks. While this performance wasn't quite as impressive as his three-touchdown showing against the Titans last week, Benjamin continues to make owners very happy.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Browns WR Travis Benjamin finds end zone three times in win

    Browns emerging wideout Travis Benjamin made it four touchdowns on the young year Sunday with an amazing performance Sunday against the Titans. He hauled in three passes for 115 yards and two scores. He even took a punt return to the house. Benjamin basically beat Tennessee single-handedly, accumulating 269 total yards between his catches and six punt returns. The 25-year-old receiver turned some heads in Week 1 when he hauled in a Johnny Manziel bomb for a touchdown, but he should be universally owned after his unreal performance in Week 2. Benjamin and Manziel have clearly built up a rapport on the deep ball, so it will only take one big connection per game for Benjamin to deliver a productive Fantasy week. He will try to further build up his point total next Sunday against Oakland.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Browns WR Travis Benjamin hauls in 54-yard TD reception

    Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin scored his team's only touchdown during a 31-10 loss Week 1 against the Jets. Benjamin hauled in his sixth career touchdown to open the scoring early in the second quarter. Backup quarterback Johnny Manziel, who was in the game due to an injury to Josh McCown, connected with Benjamin on a 54-yard touchdown to give Cleveland a 7-0 lead. Benjamin, who was targeted three times, finished with a team-high 89 receiving yards on three catches. The Browns host the Titans in Week 2.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Report: Bowe, Pryor open season buried on Browns WR depth chart

    Browns wide receivers Dwayne Bowe and Terrelle Pryor are buried on the depth chart heading into the season opener against the Jets, according to Cleveland.com. Bowe is listed as a third-string wide receiver on the right side behind Brian Hartline and Travis Benjamin, while Pryor is listed as the fourth-string wide receiver on the opposite side behind Andrew Hawkins, Taylor Gabriel and Marlon Moore.

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Browns excited for Travis Benjamin in return game

    Though receiver Travis Benjamin is still recovering from a knee injury that ended his season in 2014, the Browns are expecting big things for him in the return game. Before the season-ending injury, Benjamin returned 12 kicks and averaged 20.5 yards in doing so. Special teams coordinator Chris Tabor is looking forward to Benjamin's knee healing and for the speedy athlete to make an impact in this department. "I've got a lot of respect for Travis Benjamin," Tabor said, via the team's website. "I think he's a great football player. I'm excited for him to have the opportunity to play like Travis Benjamin in the return game. I've got great confidence that he can get that done. Do we still need to work on things? We do, but the good news is he's a willing participant and he wants to do that. That's why I'm so fired up about what he can do."

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Browns extremely thin -- and short -- at wide receiver

    With wideout Josh Gordon facing a one-year suspension, the Browns are dangerously thin at receiver entering 2015. ESPN.com notes the Browns have two returning slot receivers in Andrew Hawkins and Taylor Gabriel and "an undersized situational receiver" in 5-10 Travis Benjamin. Miles Austin is scheduled for unrestricted free agency after catching 47 passes for 568 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games. Tight end Jordan Cameron also is set to be an unrestricted free agent. Hawkins, a 5-7, 180-pounder, led the team with 63 grabs for 824 yards, with two touchdowns. Cleveland failed to add a wideout in last year's draft but almost certainly must address the position in the 2015 draft.

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Several Browns help make Sunday miserable

    Everyone was a minor contributor to the meager offensive display by the Browns on Sunday against the visiting Bengals. Among them were running backs Terrance West (5-23) and Isaiah Crowell (7-17), who added two catches for 10 yards. No receiver aside from Josh Gordon caught more than two passes. Those who did snag at least one were Andrew Hawkins (2-7), Travis Benjamin (1-9), tight end Jordan Cameron (1-4) and Taylor Gabriel (1-2).

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Browns receivers achieve little in Week 14 defeat

    Another poor game by Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer resulted in little production from his receivers on Sunday. That group was led by tight end Jordan Cameron, who caught four passes for 41 yards, but had a mere one reception in the second half. Andrew Hawkins added four catches for 38 yards while Travis Benjamin (1-27), Taylor Gabriel (2-16) and tight end Jim Dray (1-3) also chipped in.