|Oct. 10 12:36 PM PT1:36 PM MT2:36 PM CT3:36 PM ET19:36 GMT3:36 AM 北京时间12:36 PM MST2:36 PM EST2:36 PM CT23:36 UAE15:36 ET - Benson was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, but designated to return.
Analysis: Benson sprained his left foot in Sunday's 30-27 loss at Indianapolis. He must sit out eight games before he can return, though he's eligible to practice after six weeks. Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy says a foot sprain is a tough injury to recover from, but the Packers (2-3) are "optimistic" Benson will be able to return for the last four weeks of the season.
|Oct. 7 10:09 AM PT11:09 AM MT12:09 PM CT1:09 PM ET17:09 GMT1:09 AM 北京时间10:09 AM MST12:09 PM EST12:09 PM CT21:09 UAE13:09 ET - Benson left Sunday's game against the Colts in the second quarter with a left foot injury.
Analysis: Benson appeared to get his cleat caught in the turf as he was being tackled.
|Sep. 25 1:04 PM PT2:04 PM MT3:04 PM CT4:04 PM ET20:04 GMT4:04 AM 北京时间1:04 PM MST3:04 PM EST3:04 PM CT0:04 UAE (+1)16:04 ET - Benson ran for 45 yards and a touchdown during Monday's controversial 14-12 loss at Seattle.
Analysis: Benson also hauled in four receptions for the second consecutive week, giving him added value in PPR leagues. He could be in line for another big game in Week 4 against a Saints defense that ranks last in the NFL with 215.0 rushing yards allowed per game.
|Aug. 12 1:28 PM PT2:28 PM MT3:28 PM CT4:28 PM ET20:28 GMT4:28 AM 北京时间1:28 PM MST3:28 PM EST3:28 PM CT0:28 UAE (+1)16:28 ET - Benson signed with Green Bay on Sunday. He spent the last four years with Cincinnati, but the Bengals showed little interest in re-signing the eight-year veteran.
Analysis: The 29-year-old Benson rushed for at least 1,000 yards in each of the last three seasons. He was Chicago's top draft pick in 2005.
|Aug. 10 2:59 PM PT3:59 PM MT4:59 PM CT5:59 PM ET21:59 GMT5:59 AM 北京时间2:59 PM MST4:59 PM EST4:59 PM CT1:59 UAE (+1)17:59 ET - Benson has visited the Green Bay Packers, who may be looking to boost their depth at running back.
Analysis: Benson is a free agent after four seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. He had 273 carries for 1,067 yards and six touchdowns rushing last season and has surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark in each of the past three seasons. The Packers did not re-sign veteran free agent Ryan Grant in the offseason, leaving James Starks as the most experienced member of a young backfield.