Packers' Martellus Bennett: NFL should educate players on life, not dancing

The Packers tight end released a rap EP on Wednesday with five songs.

Martellus Bennett has never been one to shy away from his feelings, so it's no surprise he had some thoughts on the NFL's decision to make a video informing players about the right way to celebrate duringgames.

"An educational training video on celebrations? Spend that money on something else like a video on investments or something that," Bennett tweeted. "[That ] will help the players. Who gives a s— what guys do when they celebrate. Do somethingimpactful. Y'all wasting guys time with this s—."

Player celebration became a topic last season when the NFL decided to really crack down on what the league deemedinappropriate. Players were penalized and finedand often felt like they were being mistreated with the punishment.

Bennett is just one of several players to voice frustration over the issueand says the underlying factor is that the league wants to promote itself and not the players in it. He then compared the NFL to NBA in terms of marketing.

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The 30-year-old tight end shared some more thoughts on the issue, saying he'll be taking a "15-minute dump" whenever they're supposed to watch the video.

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