Written-off tight end could be latest Patriots steal

Rosalie Stanley
November 10, 2017

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Bennett was claimed on waivers by the New England Patriots.

The NFC North team has chose to waive the tight end which they signed to a three-year, $21 million contract back in March because he failed to disclose a medical condition.

His release comes hours after Packers coach Mike McCarthy ruled out Bennett for the second straight week because of a shoulder injury.

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Bennett caught a career-high seven touchdown passes with New England last season before signing a three-year, $21 million contract with Green Bay in March. Appearing in 142 career regular-season games as a National Football League tight end, Bennett has tallied 437 receptions - on 638 targets - for 4,520 yards and 30 touchdowns. He had 24 catches for 233 yards. That team released him Wednesday in a surprise move. These next games are for you. The brother of Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, who has sat on the bench during the national anthem before Seattle's games this year, he shares his sibling's penchant for outspoken social commentary. The economics are favorable to the club: It's really a bargain price for 2017, as Bennett will receive a prorated portion of his base salary, which totals $423,529, as well as be eligible for $300,000 in roster bonuses. Over the course of all 16 regular-season games in 2016-17, Bennett registered 55 receptions on 73 targets in addition to recording 701 yards and seven scores.

For Bennett, it means a return to New England, where he won a Super Bowl last season.

"Once I feel like my preparation goes down, I feel like that's when I will walk away".

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