Martellus Bennett has decided to bash Jay Cutler and the Bears. Stop if you've heard that before.

Bennett, who could be brash at times, isn't a stranger to speaking what's on his mind.

In an interview for ESPN's "E:60," the New England Patriots tight end laid into his former club.

“We just had a bunch of b****es on the roster — that’s why we didn’t win games — and coaches liked the b****es,” Bennett said.

The Bears, who had a record of 19-29 in three seasons while Bennett was with the team, traded him to the Patriots for a fourth-round selection last offseason.

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In addition to the statement he made about the Bears as a whole, Bennett took a shot at his former quarterback in Chicago.

“Some people that you want to be a leader are not the guy that’s the leader,” Bennett said of Cutler. “And everyone in the locker room knows that this is not the leader — but this is what you want the face of the team to look like.”


This wasn't the first time in the last few months that Bennett has spouted off about Cutler.

In an interview last August with Mina Kimes of ESPN the Magazine, Bennett and his brother, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, ripped Cutler.

"Worst quarterback in the NFL," Michael said.

"I'd be open and he'd throw into double coverage," Martellus said.

While Bennett has been one of the league's premier tight ends, he's worn out his welcome in every city he's played in. The Patriots are Bennett's fourth team in the last six years.

And with Bennett set to become an unrestricted free agent following the 2016 season, it won't be a surprise to see him move that number to five teams in seven seasons. When that happens, we'll see which member of the Patriots Bennett decides to run his mouth about.