Red Sox released RHP Bobby Jenks.
According to the Boston Globe, the Red Sox are negotiating with reliever Bobby Jenks "on a contract settlement that will end his association with the team."
Bobby Jenks posted bail Friday after being arrested on five charges, four of which that were related to driving under the influence.
Bobby Jenks had emergency surgery on December 30 because of complications related to an earlier spinal procedure.
Red Sox placed RHP Bobby Jenks on the 60-day disabled list with a back injury.
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said Monday that Bobby Jenks is a "long way away" from throwing.
According to Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe, Bobby Jenks showed up to camp "much slimmer."
After undergoing a spinal decompression procedure on December 12, Bobby Jenks recently needed another procedure to remove bone fragments from his back.
Bobby Jenks underwent minor back surgery Monday.
Bobby Jenks is scheduled to undergo back surgery next week.
According to Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald, Bobby Jenks is "making progress" in his treatments for pulmonary embolism, a condition which involves a sudden blockage of an artery in the lung.
Because he was recently diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism, no date has been set for Bobby Jenks' back surgery.
Red Sox manager Terry Francona said Tuesday that Bobby Jenks was diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism.
Bobby Jenks is expected to need back surgery.