Bennett returned to Bears headquarters on Sunday, telling reporters, "It's good to be back."
The starting tight end was suspended by the team after slamming first-round cornerback Kyle Fuller to the ground during practice. He had also reportedly rubbed teammates and coaches the wrong way with his attitude over the past couple of weeks.
"I understand what they want from me," Bennett said Sunday, via ESPN.com's Michael C. Wright. "I feel like I could've handled the situation differently."
Although Bennett will presumably move back to the top of the depth chart, the Bears now know they have a handy insurance policy after watching oft-injured backup Zach Miller burn the Eagles for 68 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Friday's game.