The National Football League’s Detroit Lions wide receiver Trinity Benson was born on January 16, 1997. He played collegiate football at East Central University.
Benson played college football for the East Central Tigers. He gained 507 yards and four touchdowns on 45 receptions as a senior, in addition to 324 yards and five rushing scores, earning him a berth on the Great American Conference’s first team.
Benson joined the Denver Broncos on April 29, 2019, as an undrafted free agent. On August 31, 2019, the team released him following the conclusion of the training camp. On September 24, 2019, the Broncos signed Benson to their practice squad.
The Broncos traded Benson and a sixth-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft to the Detroit Lions on August 31, 2021, in exchange for fifth- and seventh-round picks in the upcoming 2022 NFL Draft.
Because of his success on the Detroit lions fan forum podcast, local Detroiters call him “the steak bet.”
Benson was signed by the Detroit Lions on November 9, 2022, after being released from the Broncos practice squad. On November 18, he was placed on injured reserve.
How Good Is Trinity Benson?
Trinity Benson has a Default Running Style, a Playmaker Archetype, and an Overall Rating of 67 in Madden NFL 23.
His Madden 23 Attributes are listed below, and the line graph up top indicates his Madden 23 Rating Weekly Movement.
What Happened To Trinity Benson?
Trinity Benson was signed off the Denver Broncos practice squad by the Detroit Lions on Wednesday. A fifth-round pick, a seventh-round pick for Benson, and a sixth-round pick were delivered by the Lions to the Broncos.
Last year, he grabbed 10 catches for 103 yards. But the Lions released him immediately before the start of this campaign.