The St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Joe Strauss reports that Jim Edmonds' (Achilles) status is "becoming less and less clear."
The Cardinals have yet to schedule a physical for Jim Edmonds but hope he can pass it sometime next week.
It's been revealed that Jim Edmonds had surgery last month to repair an Achilles tendon injury that had been giving him severe pain in his left foot.
Cardinals GM John Mozeliak admits that the team hasn't seen Jim Edmonds work out recently and they're not sure where the outfielder is physically.
Cardinals signed OF Jim Edmonds to a minor league contract.
Jim Edmonds is waiting until a doctor's appointment, likely early next week, before he decides whether he will return for another season.
Jim Edmonds is expected to make a retirement decision early next week.
Reds GM Walt Jocketty expects Jim Edmonds to retire rather than return for a 17th season.
SI.com's Jon Heyman reports that free agent veteran Jim Edmonds is open to returning for a 17th professional season.
Jim Edmonds is open to returning for another season if he is able to find a job as a backup first baseman.
Jim Edmonds (ankle) will hit in a simulated game Monday.
Reds manager Dusty Baker is uncertain whether Jim Edmonds will test his Achilles tendon by getting into a game this weekend.
Jim Edmonds said Thursday that he is still hoping to make the Reds' playoff roster despite lingering discomfort in his Achilles tendon.
Jim Edmonds (Achilles) doubts whether he will be ready to return in time for the playoffs.