NFL Rumors: Running Back Was Released By Two NFL Teams Due To ''Difficult Personality''

He was released by the Arizona Cardinals and Houston Texans this season.

According to Nick Underhill of, running back Eno Benjamin was waived by the Cardinals and Texans due to his ''difficult personality.''

Underhill said Benjamin was cut by the Cardinals in November after he complained about reduced playing time when James Conner returned from his injury.   

From Weeks 6-7, Benjamin had 37 carries and functioned as the team's lead running back. Three weeks later, he was released. He was then claimed off waivers by the Texans and, two weeks later, was again released.

The twenty-three-year-old has now been claimed by the New Orleans Saints and should function as the team's No. 2 running back after Mark Ingram suffered a season-ending injury. That is, if he can behave himself.

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