Report: Pats suspend Bennett 1 game for conduct detrimental to team
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The New England Patriots suspended defensive lineman Michael Bennett one game for conduct detrimental to the team, according to NFL Network's Michael Giardi and Ian Rapoport.

The 33-year-old said that a disagreement with his position coach led to his suspension, according to Jordan Schultz of ESPN.

The Athletic's Nick Underhill reported the three-time Pro Bowler let his coaching staff know he wasn't happy with his role.

Bennett signed a two-year, $16.75-million contract with the reigning Super Bowl champions in April after one season with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Coming off a season-low 11 snaps played in New England's Week 6 matchup with the New York Giants, Bennett's 130 snaps in 2019 (35.7% of the Patriots' defensive plays) are ranked 16th on the team.

He's posted 2.5 sacks in six games this season.

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Report: Pats suspend Bennett 1 game for conduct detrimental to team
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