The New England Patriots on Tuesday is suspended defensive lineman Michael Bennett for one of the coaching staff.
Bennett detailed the incident to ESPN.
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"On Friday, I had a philosophical disagreement with my position coach that has led to my suspension," he said.
According to ESPN, Bennett had the "philosophical disagreement" with defensive line coach Bret Bielema.
The Patriots were coming out of the New York Giants and did not play Sunday or Monday. Bennett played 11 of the team's 50 defensive snaps in the win over the Giants.
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Bennett has played six games for the Patriots this season, only starting one of them. He has five total tackles and 2.5 sacks with the team this season.
New England acquired Bennett in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles in March. In 16 games with the Eagles last season, he had 34 total tackles and nine sacks. So he forced to fumbles as well.
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The Patriots are set to play the New York Jets on Monday night.