"After you get waived, you've got that vengeance in your heart, and you're like, 'All right, if that's how you're going to do it then, (expletive) it, let's go ball, '" Bennett said. He had meant to get shoulder surgery. "So I got 3 other opinions from doctors who all said I need to get it fixed".
Bennett's snap count was severely limited last night. Rowe has been dealing with a groin injury for quite some time and Marsh was listed as questionable with a shoulder injury. Pat McKenzie after Bennett's accusations. It was like one of those things I felt I should get fixed. "Right now I'm just like [expletive] it".
"When Bill called and said they had claimed, I said, 'No f--ing way, '" Bennett said.
Bill Belichick noted that "it's good to have [Bennett] back". "I was making plans to get a desk job for the next week or couple weeks to finish up the season".
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Meanwhile, as Brady welcomed back Bennett, he connected with tight end Dwayne Allen for a touchdown for the first time as he inches closer to the National Football League record for scoring pass targets.
"I think the group of guys on this team couldn't be a better place for me to, with what I'm going through right now, this situation, it couldn't be a better place for me, all the familiar faces and friends and things like that". Bennett's claims towards McKenzie definitely go against the norm.
"I was like, 'Bill, I just want to go to sleep right now'. And I told him, and then we had a quick conversation, and he was like, 'Let me think about it, and I will call you back'". Four plays later, he was on the receiving end of a 5-yard pass. Bennett entered the medical tent on the sideline after the play and didn't return to action until the second half.
Bennett had the loudest performance, but Dwayne Allen had his first catch of the season - on his eighth target - for an 11-yard touchdown.