Found March 01, 2013 on FatManWriting:
No One Loves Martellus Bennett (at least the Giants don’t) Martellus Bennett, tight end for the New York Giants, was not sad to leave Dallas after the 2011 season after feeling like he was underutilized. [The fan in this story probably loves him...] When he signed with the New York Giants he was out to prove that he was an every down player and a quality pass catcher; that maybe the ‘Boys should have sent a few his way instead of so many to Jason Witten...(for full post follow link to PlayerPress.com)
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