BEREA, Ohio (AP) Travis Benjamin has always been the fastest player on the field. That was true as a kid growing up in Florida, and Benjamin says it's also the case in the NFL.
While Benjamin's claim to be the game's speed king is debatable, there's no denying he's off to a quick start this season.
Benjamin is the first NFL player since 1963 with four touchdowns of at least 50 yards each through the first two games, a mark set by Browns Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown.
It's been an unexpected breakout for Benjamin, a fourth-round pick in 2012 who tore a knee ligament in 2013.
Benjamin, who also returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown last week, gives the Browns a much-needed deep threat.
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