Martellus Bennett Faked Season-Ending Injury, Threw Packers Doctors Under Bus To Get Back On Patriots

Martellus Bennett played in a Patriots uniform during New England’s rout of the Broncos Sunday night, miraculously coming back from a season-ending shoulder injury he had just a few days ago.

The former Patriots tight end signed with the Packers last offseason for the sole reason of playing with Aaron Rodgers. With Rodgers suffering a broken collarbone and not due to return before at least Week 15, Bennett found a slimy way to hop ship.

Bennett parted ways with the Packers after Week 9, waived for “failing to disclose an injury.” Bennett then threw Green Bay’s medical staff under the bus, ripping them, specifically Dr. McKenzie, in an Instagram rant claiming doctors wanted him to play with the shoulder injury, an injury the medical team said Bennett never had.

Multiple Packers players came to the defense of team doctors, saying they’ve never felt pressured to play with an injury, like Bennett had claimed.

Turns out, the tight end seemingly had no injury what so ever, using the fake injury as a ploy to get back onto a Super Bowl contending team in the Patriots, to which could have themselves played a role in the scheme themselves.

All the sudden on Sunday night, Bennett was miraculously healed.

The Packers are currently trying to recoup money they now owe Bennett due to his contract.