Locked dorm forces Martellus Bennett to sleep in Packers locker room

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Just as they have since the Vince Lombardi era, the Green Bay Packers peddled kids bikes into training camp this morning with their sites set on the road ahead.

Bennett, who signed a three-year deal with the Packers this offseason after winning a Super Bowl with the Patriots, was supposed to check into his dorm room at nearby St. Norbert College in DePere on Tuesday. Rather than get a hotel room, or crash with a teammate, Bennett chose to spend the night in the locker room. Bennett probably will appreciate it, too, as he got a little anxious at the end of the video that there might be ghosts in the locker room.

Not only did Bennett get to spend time in the locker room by himself, the outspoken tight end had to make sure to get his experience on Instagram, as you can see on this video he posted below. "Camp life, day one".

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"Sleeping on the floor doesn't bother me", Bennett said, via Sports Illustrated's Scooby Axson. I was here late last night, so he must have came after I left. After missing the time to check in to his dorm, Bennett was locked out with no place to sleep.

"I heard all about it", McCarthy is quoted as saying by ESPN.

In the story, he states he doesn't mind sleeping on the floor but joked he hopes there are no ghosts wandering around.

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