Duvernay-Tardif has been an offensive linemen with the Kansas City Chiefs since 2014. How has he spent his time during the offseason? Nothing major, just getting a medical degree. After doing his undergraduate work at Montreal’s McGill University (basically Canada’s equivalent of Harvard University), Duvernay-Tardif went back to school to study medicine at McGill during the offseason.
He graduated from medical school in 2018, which was the same year the Chiefs signed him to a $41 million contract. He’ll probably be a practicing doctor when he retires from the NFL.
For now, not only is he a regular starter on Kansas City’s offensive line, but he’s working to develop a device that can measure the impact of football hits from inside a player’s helmet. What have you done with your life?