Kelvin Benjamin, cut by Bills on Tuesday, signing with Chiefs

Kelvin Benjamin, cut by Bills on Tuesday, signing with Chiefs
Former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin is signing with the Kansas City Chiefs, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The deal is for one year, the source said, meaning Benjamin will be a free agent this offseason. Benjamin, 27, was released by the Bills earlier this week and cleared waivers Wednesday. He caught 23 passes for 354 yards and a touchdown in 12 games for the Bills this season. Benjamin's best season came in 2014 for the Carolina Panthers, who drafted him that year in the first round. Benjamin caught 73 passes with nine touchdowns as a rookie. Benjamin missed all of the next season with a torn ACL and hasn't been the same player since. His production has decreased each season, and the Panthers last year traded him to the Bills. The Chiefs released Hunt last week after video surfaced of him shoving and kicking a woman. Watkins has missed two of the past three games because of a sore foot. Watkins has practiced...