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The team made a major move on Friday by acquiring defensive end Michael Bennett from the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Patriots are giving up the coin flip proposition of 2020 fifth-round pick, to get an immediate contributor in Bennett along with a 2020 seventh-round pick. According to a report from Jeff McClane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Bennett is on his way out of the City of Brotherly Love.

The 6-foot-4, 274-pound Bennett might be able to do some of the same things as Flowers, but it's notable that most defenses he has been part of over his 10-year career have played a notably different style.

Here are six pass rushers the Eagles could sign to help ease the loss of Michael Bennett. "I actually want a pay raise at this point", Bennett said.

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On Friday morning, Michael Bennett was on NFL Network and asked for a raise. "So just to know that whatever team I go to, I want to be paid more than I'm getting paid right now".

Like Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Bennett has some unsettled legal matters and hanging over his head.

Last week, after Jason Witten announced he was coming out of retirement, Martellus Bennett took to Twitter to joke about returning the field. The chief, Art Acevedo, also called Bennett "morally bankrupt". Although the two brothers both simultaneously played in the National Football League for a total of nine seasons, they have never been teammates. The Bucs finished last in the NFC South that season, and Bennett absolutely did not care for Schiano's style, later calling a Schiano a "stiff" that wasn't fun to play for as a player. Ansah's career has had plenty of ups-and-downs, as he has twice notched double-digit sacks - but those two seasons have been sandwiched by a year with two sacks and another with just four.