Brendan Maloy
Monday October 28th, 2013

The Browns will be without WR Travis Benjamin for the rest of the season. Return specialist Travis Benjamin will miss the rest of the season for the Browns. (Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

Cleveland wide receiver and return specialist Travis Benjamin will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL in his right knee, reports the Associated Press.

Benjamin twisted his knee during a return late in the third quarter of the Browns loss to the Chiefs on Sunday, according to Browns' coach Rob Chudzinski. A second year player out of Miami, Benjamin has one special teams touchdown this year as well as five catches for 105 yards as a wide receiver.

BURKE: Brandon Meriweather intends to go low, tear people's ACLs The loss had an immediate impact on the Browns, as Benjamin's replacement Davone Bess muffed a crucial punt return late in the fourth quarter, allowing the Chiefs to keep the ball and hold on for the win.

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