In response to ThefourBs' comment:
It's baseball, not international diplomacy.
I don't know about you, but I've seen some people who've been dealt a tough hand, who were still able to share a laugh with friends.
The circumstances are such that no one, in any of the families, will be the same.
But, does that mean the rest of their lives have to be shrouded in grief, without being able to do their jobs and have a laugh with a co-worker?
Are comedians supposed to pack it in and sell insurance, if they're hit with a family tragedy?
How about actors? Are they supposed to only take on serious roles?
Heaven forbid someone see them act happy.
I'm sure everyone involved thinks about it everyday.
But, just giving up isn't the right thing to do.
Finally, you have no clue as to what he's thinking and to suggest you do is beyond arrogant.
I don't understand those who want to condemn Jerry for the acts of his son. None of us know the full details of what happened, nor are we in his shoes, so to judge the decisions he makes regarding his career is wrong, IMO. As I said in the other thread, I welcome him back. This is in no way meant to diminish the tragedy or the suffering of the victim or her family.
Everyone heals in different ways. For many, getting back to some type of routine and normalcy is what they need to heal.
Remy sounds like he is completely understanding and sensitive to all those that could be affected by his decision. If it's not working, he will step down.
In the meantime, he should be given a fair chance.