Patriots claim Bennett off waivers

Patriots claim Bennett off waivers

Released on Tuesday by the Green Bay Packers, Martellus Bennett has been claimed on waivers by his former team, the New England Patriots according to Adam Schefter.

Bennett was cut by the Packers to end a weird situation. He then was sidelined with an unexplained shoulder injury that popped up following the first practice after the bye.?He hasn't played in a game since October 22.

Bennett, 30, was released by Green Bay with a failure to disclose designation after he missed last week's game with a shoulder injury. The only other Patriots tight end with a reception this season is rookie Jacob Hollister, with three catches. Somewhere around 30 National Football League teams had the ability to keep Bennett away from the Patriots and were like, "nah, we're good". Dwayne Allen, who was acquired from the Indianapolis Colts in March as Bennett's replacement, has yet to record a reception this season. These next games are for you.

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"Martellus Bennett will not practice this week, he will not be available for the game", coach Mike McCarthy said before Wednesday's practice. He is the brother of the Seahawks' Michael Bennett, who has sat during the anthem. Bennett is owed $13 million in 2018 and 2019 although none if it is guaranteed. The Packers could go after the prorated amount of that signing bonus, $4.2 million.

The New England Patriots are bringing an old friend back into the fold. I think this all started obviously coming out of the bye week. He also dropped four passes, including one from Aaron Rodgers on the play when the star quarterback broke his collarbone in Week 6.

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