Cam Newton, Kelvin Benjamin exchange words

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Less than a week after Kelvin Benjamin blasted former teammate Cam Newton, it appears it could take a while before the hatchet gets buried.

Cam Newton confronted Kelvin Benjamin before Thursday night's preseason game between the Carolina Panthers and Buffalo Bills.

Newton however finished with the MVP award during the 2015 season when Benjamin wasn't playing. Anybody! Quarterbacks with knowledge, who know how to place a ball and give you a better chance to catch the ball.

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Benjamin eventually requested a trade and landed in Buffalo in the middle of last season for draft picks.

"Moving on from it", Benjamin said repeatedly.

In an interview published Friday by The Athletic, Benjamin complained that he would have been "even more successful" if he had "just been drafted by somebody else", and that Carolina was "a bad fit from the get-go" for him.

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According to The Charlotte Observer's Jourdan Rodrigue, there was no smiling involved and Benjamin "shrugged [Newton] off mid-sentence" and started to walk away.

A reporter asked what Newton was trying to say to him. Here are three takeaways from the Carolina Panthers bout against the Buffalo Bills.

Benjamin was later asked if this was at all hard for him considering how close he and Newton were when his career began in Carolina.

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Luckily, the two won't see each other for the rest of the year.