Published: Fri, November 10, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Packers TE Martellus Bennett ruled out Sunday against Bears

Packers TE Martellus Bennett ruled out Sunday against Bears

The Green Bay Packers have waived TE Martellus Bennett.

The Packers cited a "failure to disclose a physical condition" for making the move. That label will allow the Packers to potentially reclaim $4.2 million out of Bennett's signing bonus from when he signed a three-year contract with the team in March.

It's unclear if that medical condition is related to the shoulder issue for which Bennett has been listed on the team's official injury report since the bye.

"I thought they played well", McCarthy said.

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Bennett had 24 receptions for 233 yards no touchdowns in his short stint in Green Bay.

Coach Mike McCarthy confirmed Wednesday that Bennett won't practice this week and won't play against the Chicago Bears on Sunday.

In October, Bennett took to Instagram to write that he's considering retiring from the National Football League after the 2017 season.

However, no retirement announcement has been released.

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Tight ends Lance Kendricks and Richard Rodgers will both see action in Bennett's absence.

The 2017 season could be Bennett's last.

News of Bennett's absence comes after offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga suffered a torn ACL in his right knee Monday and was ruled out for the rest of the season.

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