Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is stepping off the field and onto the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic just months after winning the Super Bowl.Duvernay-Tardif, the first medical student graduate to play in the NFL, detailed his return to medicine in a Sports Illustrated article where he described his “first day back” at a long-term care facility just an hour outside of Montreal on Friday — the second night of the NFL Draft.SERIOUSNESS OF REDSKINS’ ALEX SMITH’S GRUESOME LEG INFECTION REVEALED IN NEW DOCUMENTARY “I felt nervous the night before, but a good nervous, like before a game, and I packed everything neatly: scrubs, white coat, extra pens, even a second pair of shoes that I could leave in my locker, knowing they were clean,” he wrote.“My shift started at 7:30 a.m. I found out that I would be working for now in more of a nursing role, helping relieve the workers who have already been in place.”Duvernay-Tardif said that while he was “drained” after a full day, he was already “looking forward to going back.”The 29-year-old guard said he had been following

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