Kansas City Super Bowl star spends off-season treating COVID-19 patients on the front lines

The Kansas City Chiefs are set to defend their Super Bowl championship this NFL season, without the help of their starting lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif. The football star and medical school graduate spent nine weeks in the off-season helping his hometown of Montreal during the height of the coronavirus outbreak. He speaks to Dana Jacobson about why he is sitting out the season.
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