Martellus Bennett's former Packers teammate throws him under the bus

Martellus Bennett's former Packers teammate throws him under the bus

Martellus Bennett's former Packers teammate throws him under the bus

The New England Patriots have officially ruled out wide receiver Chris Hogan, offensive tackle Marcus Cannon and defensive tackle Malcom Brown for Sunday evening's AFC showdown against the Denver Broncos, the team has formally announced.

Former Green Bay Packer TE Martellus Bennett has some choice words for his former team and their medical staff. "I don't think it's right to judge that, either", McCarthy said. He was inactive for Monday night's loss to Detroit after being listed with a shoulder injury last week.

The Packers had high hopes for Martellus Bennett, who signed a 3-year, $21 million contract with the team.

Rodgers stopped just short of accusing Bennett of forcing his way off the roster when Packers starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his clavicle earlier this season.

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The only question is if Bennett still has a desire to play anymore.

With Green Bay, he hauled in 24 catches for 233 yards and no touchdowns. Third-string tight end Jacob Hollister has just three catches for 37 yards. These next games are for you. And because he's considering retiring after the season, he may not suit up for another game in the NFL. Bennett has also played for the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Chicago Bears.

During the bye week I got off anti inflammatories to clean my system and could really feel the pain. "We're looking to move on". Those five scores come equipped with 33 catches for 438 yards on the season for Hogan, who originally made his way to the heralded Patriots back in March 2016.

"He took on a very heavy role and I thought he did a good job with it", Kendricks said.

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