Cincinnati Bengals Medical Staff: First Antonio Bryant, Now Rashad Jeanty?

September 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the past two days, the Bengals medical staff has been rushed into the spotlight quicker than a Tiger Woods mistress.
Two days in a row the Bengals, due to injury, cut a player. Both players are expected to retaliate against the team.
First it was the knee of Antonio Bryant, aka the man with the $8M signature.
We all know the story by now. He signed a four-year, $28M deal in the off-season. The team doctors green-lit the signing back in the winter, so how could he have gotten worse?
The medical staff claimed that Bryant had passed his physical and it was all systems go. Bryant was poised to be a reliable No. 2 receiver for Carson Palmer.
Instead, Bryant was cut on Sunday due to his ongoing medical issues. He only participated in the very first practice of training camp.
It raises an eyebrow to the competence of the Bengals medical staff and their ability to evaluate a player's injury. Bryant and his agent plan on f...

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