Le petit dej’ : Laurent Duvernay-Tardif remet sa blouse

Le petit dej’ : Laurent Duvernay-Tardif remet sa blouse



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Laurent Duvernay-Tardif puts on his blouse

Without a team since the end of his contract with the Jets in March, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (OL) is moving away from the field.

“I’m going to prioritize medicine, and we’ll see in September,” he told The Canadian Press. “After eight years in the NFL, I don’t want to sound pretentious saying this, but I think I’ve earned the right to do what’s best for me, not just for football, and bet a little on me. »

Next month, the 31-year-old will begin residency at a hospital in the Montreal area.

But he is not retiring.

“I’m comfortable with the risk I’m taking, and I’m confident that there will be an offer on the table in September if I want to play. If I feel like it, I will accept this offer. »

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif had given priority to medicine during the 2020 season, which he had spent in the medical profession to help fight the epidemic of COVID-19. Selected in the third round in 2014 by the Chiefs, he won a title with Kansas City. Last season, he was traded to the Jets.


–Still recovering from an injection to treat his right elbow, Matthew Stafford (QB, Rams) assured ESPN he’ll be ready to pitch for training camp this summer. At the moment, the quarterback hasn’t thrown the ball during the spring sessions.

Baker Mayfield excused from mandatory minicamp

The Browns will hold their mandatory minicamp next week. But without Baker Mayfield (QB). And that won’t be a problem. The leaders have confirmed that the quarterback will be excused from training without being sanctioned.

“We thought it was the best decision for both sides,” coach Kevin Stefanski told Cleveland.com on Wednesday.

Mayfield is still under contract and is set to earn $18.86 million guaranteed this season.


Dolphins: Porter Gustin (DE)

Texans: Chad Beebe (WR)


Dolphins: Daeshon Hall (DE), Jarvis Davis (CB)

Rams: Travon Howard (LB)

Texans: DaeSean Hamilton (WR)

In short

– One season and then goes away. The NBC Sports CEO told The Associated Press that Drew Brees will no longer be a consultant for the channel next season. Officially, the former Saints quarterback would like to spend more time with his family.


– Tony Buzbee, attorney for the 24 plaintiffs against Deshaun Watson, announced to the press that the Texans will be added to the list of defendants. His announcement follows revelations from The New York Times, which reported that the franchise was aware that the quarterback was using private masseuses. Above all, the Texans would have provided Watson with confidentiality agreements to have the young women sign.

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