Martellus Bennett: ‘Vengeance’ in heart after Pack exit

The Martellus Bennett experience is back in Foxborough.

The tight end played in Sunday night’s blowout win over the Denver Broncos, catching three passes for 38 yards in limited time, just days after re-joining the New England Patriots.

It was quite an eventful week for Bennett. The veteran was cut by the Green Bay Packers with a “failure to disclose an injury” designation. Planned to undergo surgery. Criticized the Green Bay medical staff, for which he got a ton of blowback from longtime Packers. Got claimed by the Patriots. Did not have surgery. Passed a physical and practiced Friday. Then played Sunday.

Following the win in Denver, Bennett addressed how he magically went from needing surgery to playing with his former team with just one practice.

“After trying to get [the shoulder surgically] fixed and getting waived, you’ve got that vengeance in your heart like, ‘All right, that’s how you’re going to do it? [Expletive] it, let’s go ball,'” Bennett said, via the Boston Herald.

Bennett insisted he had planned to have surgery and had his agent tell teams not to claim

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