According to Caitlyn Holroyd of The Score on Monday, the medical scrubs of Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif of Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Quebec are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Duvernay-Tardif opted out of the 2020 National Football League season to work at a long-term care facility in Quebec, and work towards his Master’s degree in public health at Harvard University. He already has his doctorate in medicine from the University of McGill.
There have been 125, 072 cases of coronavirus in the province of Quebec. There have also been 6651 deaths. In sports, the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League has had all sorts of trouble getting their season going because of the pandemic.
The Chiefs meanwhile are currently playing without Duvernay-Tardif, but plan to have him in the lineup in 2021. The guard has been with the Chiefs since 2014, and was instrumental in Kansas City winning the Super Bowl last year.
Kansas City is currently leading the AFC West with a record of eight wins and one loss. They have a two game lead in the division over the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders are the only team to beat the Chiefs this season as they upset Kansas City 40-32 on October 11. The Raiders play the Chiefs in Las Vegas on Sunday night in one of the elite games on the NFL’s week 11 schedule.