Originally Posted by CloakNNNdagger
What else can they do? With a non-incentive-based $5 million guaranteed contract signed with an "unknown" injury that requires surgery with an indeterminable prognosis, they are probably walking on egg shells not to highlight their perceived possible "mistake" or upset their investment or push him to the point of causing a setback.
I think they could force him to rehab here with their own people, perhaps even require use of their own doctors. Generally treat him in a manner of distrust versus treating him in a way that says "we know you're a professional and handling this in the best way for your quickest recovery."
Reed has spoken many times to his disappointment with how things were dealt with with his prior team/organization. The milk is spilled ... need to maximize what we can from the situation.