Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett did not participate in Friday night's 34-28 preseason-opening win against the Philadelphia Eagles at Soldier Field, and coach Marc Trestman said it's undecided whether he'll be back with the team Sunday when it resumes training camp. "I can't say that. It has not been decided one way or the other," Trestman said. "We'll continue to get focused a little bit on that over the next 24 hours, and certainly I'll let you know on Sunday where we are." Suspended indefinitely and fined an unspecified amount, Bennett has not been with the team since Monday night, when the Bears made the decision to discipline him. In his absence, the club's reserve tight ends received extra repetitions Friday night. Fifth-year veteran Zach Miller capitalized on the added snaps, catching a game-high six passes for 68 yards and two touchdowns in the victory. Dante Rosario and Jeron Mastrud combined for four catches for 44 yards.
Martellus Bennett's status up in air
ESPN | Aug 9