Patriots near deal with Eagles to acquire Michael Bennett

Patriots near deal with Eagles to acquire Michael Bennett

"So whatever happens, just to know whatever team I go to I want to get paid more than what I'm getting paid right now". His latest effort - which earned an overall grade 75.9 - saw him rack up 78 total quarterback pressures, which tied with none other than Trey Flowers and J.J.

Michael Bennett could have a quick reunion with the Eagles, as they are set to host the Patriots next season.

- According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia Eagles have traded defensive end Michael Bennett and a seventh round draft pick to the New England Patriots in exchange for a fifth round draft pick.

A veteran of 10 seasons, Bennett recorded 34 tackles and nine sacks last season.

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Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily News reported earlier on Friday that, barring something unforeseen arising, the Eagles planned to trade or release Bennett.

Martellus Bennett played 10 seasons in the National Football League before announcing his retirement after the Patriots released him last March. He is an incredibly versatile player who can play in any spot along the defensive line, and is equally adept at defending both the run and the pass. He has expressed interest in staying with the Patriots and recently made it clear that he wants to help the team win Super Bowl ring No. 7.

Bennett, 33, told Anderson that Patriots coach Bill Belichick has been fond of his game. In fairness, he probably does deserve a raise, but the Eagles aren't going to give him one, especially after re-signing Brandon Graham to a three-year, $40 million deal.

In 2016, Bennett had 55 catches for 701 yards and seven touchdowns. "Of course you always want to be with the team that you play with". Chris Long is still under contract, although he has not publicly committed to playing football in 2019. Flowers has become a leader in the locker room, though, and Bennett has been known as a distraction and problematic player at times.

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