Once upon a time, the Cincinnati Bengals agreed to terms with cornerback Trae Waynes on a three-year, $42 million deal. Rightfully so, after that chunk of change, they planned for him to be a major part of that defense.
Fast forward to now -- Waynes has a pectoral injury that he fears may make him miss up to two months (or half the season, realistically).
He is now seeking a second opinion.
I understand wanting a second-opinion, but a pectoral injury isn't something to mess with. You kinda need that part to play football.
Waynes will probably miss time either way, but the length of time is crucial here, especially for that amount of cash (and a team that desperately needs a good defense).