New Patriots TE Bennett has torn rotator cuff

Martellus Bennett claimed by New England Patriots on waivers

Martellus Bennett claimed by New England Patriots on waivers

Bennett signed a three-year, $21 million contract that included a $6.3 million signing bonus in free agency.

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.

The Packers released Bennett on Wednesday with the designation of failing to disclose a medical condition.

Bennett, however, passed his physical with the Patriots on Friday and was on the practice field.

"Martellus with the Patriots, it just seems natural to me", Von Miller said.

Bennett, the team's big offseason free-agent acquisition, gave the Packers one of the deepest tight end groups in the National Football League with Richard Rodgers and Lance Kendricks.

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Bennett spent last season with the Patriots on a one-year deal, catching 55 passes for 701 yards and seven touchdowns while helping them win the Super Bowl.

The Packers were thinking surgery was necessary for Bennett's injured shoulder.

He didn't play in the Packers' 30-17 loss on Monday to the Detroit Lions after being listed as doubtful for the game. And because he's considering retiring after the season, he may not suit up for another game in the NFL.

It remains to be seen when he might be available to play for New England.

Asked if he didn't believe Bennett was "on the boat", Richard Rodgers said, "I really can't answer that". He has yet to catch a pass this season.

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