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Despite a previous ESPN report that former NFL tight end Martellus Bennett was consider coming out of retirement to play with his brother, Michael Bennett, and the New England Patriots, Martellus says he’s choosing to stay retired.

On Monday, the 32-year-old Martellus, who since retiring ahead of the 2018 NFL season, has spent a lot of his time helping to create books and other projects aimed at children through his company, the Imagination Agency. posted a heartfelt message on his Instagram account in regards to why he’s electing to stay retired.

“I would love to play ball with my brother it would truly be a dream come true. But my biggest dream is to change lives with my creativity and that is what I am currently doing with The Imagination Agency,” Bennett said in part of his post.

“These kids don’t need another athlete to look up to or to aspire to be there’s plenty of inspiration out there for that. I want to inspire the next wave of creatives. … I was never one of the guys most of my teammates would tell that. I’ve always been a creative who enjoyed competing. I’m playing the game that I was made to play and it’s the most fun I’ve ever had.”

The Patriots acquired Michael Bennett, who plays defensive end, and the rights to a 2020 seventh-round draft pick after sending the Eagles a 2020 fifth-round pick on March 8.

On the same day that news of the deal broke, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Martellus, who had two separate stints with New England and won a Super Bowl with the club (2016), was interested in unretiring to join his brother in Foxborough. The two brothers, who are a year apart with Michael being the older of the two siblings, played together in college when they both attended Texas A&M but were never members of the same team at the NFL level.

The younger Bennett recorded 4,573 receiving yards and 30 touchdowns on 433 career receptions. He also played for the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers over his 10 seasons in the NFL.

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ALLEN PARK, Mich. — The Detroit Lions have released Glover Quin, cutting ties with the 33-year-old safety who had one year left on his contract .

Detroit also released wide receiver Bruce Ellington and linebacker Nicholas Grigsby on Friday.

Quin started every game last season for the ninth straight year. Houston drafted Quin in 2009 and the fourth-round pick from New Mexico started 12 games as a rookie. Quin started every game over the following three years for the Texans. He signed a five-year deal in 2013 and a contract extension in 2017 in Detroit.

Lions general manager Bob Quinn says Quin made countless contributions for the franchise and exemplified everything it meant to be a true professional in the NFL on the field and in the community.

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The San Francisco 49ers have hired Joe Woods as their defensive backs coach and passing game co-ordinator.

Woods’ addition to coach Kyle Shanahan’s staff on Thursday fills a void created when Jeff Hafley left after serving for three years as defensive backs coach to take a job at Ohio State.

Woods spent the past four seasons with Denver, including 2017-18 as defensive co-ordinator. He will work with Niners defensive co-ordinator Robert Saleh on improving San Francisco’s pass defence that set a record for fewest interceptions in a season with two last year.

Woods worked on the same staff as Shanahan in Tampa Bay from 2004-05. He also served as defensive backs in Minnesota and Oakland before being hired by Denver in 2015.