Tom Brady: 'I love having Martellus (Bennett) on our team'

Doug Mendoza
November 14, 2017

Then the Packers released him and accused him of failing to disclose the injury before he signed as a free agent, which was likely so the franchise could recoup some bonus money.

"I think he knows how to talk to me too", Bennett said, "so I'm like, 'All right, I'll go out there.' Next thing you know I'm back on the plane five hours to Denver". Sounds fishy, doesn't it?

Being the fun guy that he is, the best part of it all? My shoulder wasn't where it is now at the beginning of the season. At this point, there's nothing else anyone can say to me and my career that could make me feel any way toward myself 'cause the team that I'll always have is my wife and my daughter.

"It's not about, 'Could you play?' It's, 'Should you play?' It was one of those things", Bennett said. "Clearly Martellus Bennett said, 'I'll play hurt for Tom Brady but I'm not playing hurt for Brett Hundley'".

"It felt unbelievable to get that monkey off my back and start heading in a positive direction", Allen said. "I have a lot of trust in him". So I chose to do that.

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Bennett explained after the game, via the Boston Herald...

"They're always rooting for me no matter what". During the Packers' bye week, he took anti-inflammatories and the pain got worse, which prompted an exam from the team. When I mentioned that I would possibly retire.

"It's flattering, but honestly, I don't think that's the story (last night)", Belichick said. This was all about the money. I get it. But don't lie, homie.

"Bill was like, 'Can you practice?'" Bennett said. But with three eye-opening catches on Sunday night, Bennett instead looked like a tight end with a sudden thirst to help the Patriots win yet another Super Bowl. How exactly did he decide that this wasn't it?

Nelson's post comes after Bennett-whom the Packers waived for failing to disclose a medical condition, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN-said Green Bay chose to part ways with him only after he made a decision to undergo surgery on his shoulder (which he hasn't yet). "After you get waived, you've got that vengeance in your heart".

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