Cincinnati Bengals: 6 Reasons Why They Should Not Keep Cedric Benson

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Cincinnati Bengals: 6 Reasons Why They Should Not Keep Cedric Benson
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Cedric Benson should be finished as a Bengal

Cedric Benson was the feature back for the 2010 Cincinnati Bengals.

He came to the Bengals back on Sept. 30, 2008 when the Bengals signed Benson to a one-year, $520,000 contract. He ended that season playing in 12 games picking up 747 yards on the ground and 185 yards receiving.

On March 3, 2009, Benson signed a two-year, $7 million contract with the Bengals. Benson had a big season in 2009. He had 1,251 yards rushing even though he only played 13 games.

In 2010, Benson could not duplicate his 2009 success. He did grind out 1,111 yards rushing, but it took him 321 carries to get it done.

Here is why 2010 should be Benson's last season with the Bengals.

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