Tight end Martellus Bennett has been playing with a torn rotator cuff and torn labrum, as first reported by the NFL Network and confirmed by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The New England Patriots claimed Bennett on Thursday, one day after the Green Bay Packers waived him with the designation that he failed to disclose a physical condition. Bennett was present at Patriots practice on Friday. During the Packers’ bye week, Bennett said on social media that he was “pretty sure” he would retire after this season. Then he was sidelined with a shoulder injury following the first practice after the bye. Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that surgery was being discussed before the Packers released Bennett. “I’m not going to get into the Patriots claiming Marty. I’ll just reiterate what I said yesterday: I just know what the facts are and how the timeline came about,” McCarthy said. “I talked to him Tuesday [following the bye…

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