The Panthers pulled off a stunning trade deadline move Tuesday, sending No. 1 receiver Kelvin Benjamin to Buffalo in exchange for the Bills' third- and seventh-round picks in 2018.The trade leaves Panthers quarterback Cam Newton without one of his favorite targets — and comes two weeks after Benjamin left practice early, saying later he was frustrated about his knee injury.Panthers general manager Marty Hurney said the trade came together just before the deadline. "Buffalo had expressed interest and we wanted to put more of a mix of skill sets on the field and add some speed," Hurney said. "We decided it was the right move."The former Seminole saw his targets drop with the arrival of rookie running back Christian McCaffrey, whose 49 catches are a team high. Benjamin's 32 ranked third behind McCaffrey and Devin Funchess, although his 475 receiving yards were a team high. He caught a 25-yard touchdown in Sunday's 17-3 win at the Bucs on Sunday.EAGLES DEAL FOR RB: The NFL-leading Eagles bolstered their running attack, acquiring Jay Ajayi from the Dolphins for a 2018 fourth-round pick. Ajayi has 465 yards rushing and is averaging 3.4 yards per carry with no touchdowns. He will back up former Buc LeGarrette Blount, who has 467 yards rushing and is averaging 4.7 yards with two touchdowns.TRADE BOTCHED: A proposed trade between the Browns and Bengals that would have sent quarterback A.J. McCarron to Cleveland fell through when paperwork was not filed to the NFL before the 4 p.m. deadline, league spokesman Brian McCarthy said.BEARS TE IMPROVING: Chicago tight end Zach Miller is "progressing well" after surgery to save his left leg, coach John Fox said. Miller remained hospitalized in New Orleans after tearing an artery while dislocating his knee Sunday.ELLIOTT SAGA: The players' union asked a judge to temporarily delay the effect of her ruling permitting the league to enforce a six-game suspension of Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott over domestic violence allegations.BROWNS: Rookie defensive end Myles Garrett said he doesn't care if people think he's "being a man or not" for self-reporting a recent concussion. The top overall pick in this year's draft did not travel to Sunday's game in London.CARDINALS: Running back David Johnson is unlikely to return this season, coach Bruce Arians said. Johnson needed surgery on his wrist after injuring it in the season opener.GIANTS: Cornerback Janoris Jenkins was suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules. The suspension takes effect immediately.