"Yes," Best said Wednesday, via the Detroit Free Press. "My mind frame hasn't changed since the beginning."
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"Just let it play out," Best said of his time on the PUP list. "There's no point of really stressing over it. There's nothing I can do about it now. Just let it play out. And when I get cleared, get back out there and do what I do best."
The biggest question is if Best will be allowed to return to the field. He reported himself as "symptom-free" during training camp, but he still landed on the PUP. Best remains optimistic, but it remains to be seen if anything actually changes between now and next month.