City reasonably accommodated employee with flesh-eating bacteria

When a city employee contracted a serious health condition that required him to be out beyond the 12 weeks covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), his employer granted him an extended leave of absence. During his absence, however, the city eliminated his position and offered him either a severance package or a new position with a lower salary. Would he be able to establish disability discrimination, failure to accommodate, and retaliation as a result?

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