I find this whole thing funny.... I know the agent should have told him, but he's pretty stupid for A) not thinking that being with his team is better than working out alone (it just sounds very non-team-player'esque) and B) not knowing that such things are a requirement in the industry.
And last, how isolated is this ****. You'd think that at least one team player might have asked him what he's doing during the OTA and maybe they could hang out. If he had friends and they talked, they may have told him that OTA's might not be optional.
Oh well, it's only $2M...