June 27, 2022

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New York Jets | Laurent Duvernay-Tordiff positive for COVID-19

New York Jets |  Laurent Duvernay-Tordiff positive for COVID-19

Laurent Duvernay-Tordiff was placed on the sideline players list for the NFL’s COVID-19 protocol on Thursday.

According to the NFL website, the New York Jets Guard was infected with the virus.

His agent, Sasha Ghawami, said in the evening that the 30 – year – old Qubeser was following protocols set up by the NFL and the NFLPA.

In total, 20 jets were put aside due to coronavirus.

Duvernay-Tordiff could probably be replaced by Greg van Rotten on the roster.

Reserve Quarterback Joe Flaco was also added to the COVID-19 list.

The Jets (3-11) will host the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-12) on Sunday.

McGill, a medical graduate, missed the 2020 season to fight the pandemic at a long-term care center in Duvernay-Tordiff Saint-Jean-Sir-Richelieu.

In February 2020, the Super Bowl champion, with Kansas City, moved to the Jets on November 2 to replace Duvernay-Tordiff Tight End Daniel Brown. He played five seasons with the Chiefs.

Kubeser has played six games this season, including five starters. His start to the season was delayed due to a broken arm.

Among those infected with the coronavirus in the NFL on Thursday were quarterback Saints Tesom Hill and Trevor Simeon, Vikings Dalvin Cook and Browns Center JC Traitor, who heads the Players’ Union.

Cook is third in the league this season with 1,067 rushing yards.

Tretor said on Twitter that he had symptoms. He received an additional dose of the vaccine before the latest developments.

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“Unfortunately I got a positive test,” he wrote. I encourage all players in the league to take every possible precaution to protect themselves, their families and their teammates. ”