"It's one of those things that it's not bad enough to do anything but treat on a daily basis," Melancon said. "And then, where it's been with you long enough and starts flaring up to a point to slow you down, you worry about it on a day-to-day basis. We had an MRI in Cincinnati, and it just showed some inflammation, and medication can knock that out. But we've got to be smart and make sure we're doing the right thing, not only for me but for the team. Like I said, when we get this thing rolling, have everybody move in the right direction."