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Draft Scout Laurent Duvernay-Tardif News
11/28/18 - RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif has moved into the next phase of his rehabilitation, and head coach Andy Reid says there's a possibility he could return from injured reserve later in the season. Duvernay-Tardif no longer has a cast on his left leg and no longer needs a scooter for mobility.
11/12/18 - RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is scheduled to have his cast removed this week on his left leg after following surgery Oct. 15 for a fracture fibula and ligament damage in his ankle. The team expects a better idea for a timetable for his potential return after removing the cast, but the lineman remains hopeful he can return later this season. Durvernay-Tardif is eligible to return to practice as early as Week 12 but can return from injured reserve no earlier than Week 14.
10/09/18 - G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (fractured fibula) was placed on reserve/injured by the Chiefs Tuesday (Oct. 9). He is eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and can play after eight weeks.
10/08/18 - RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif fractured his left fibula in the team's 30-14 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 5. He expects to miss several weeks but the club believes he will return later in the season.
10/07/18 - RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif went down with a left knee injury late in the fourth quarter. A Jacksonville player fell on his left knee from behind. Duvernay-Tardif suffered a fractured fibula, but head coach Andy Reid hopes he can return later this season.
"(It's) a non-weight bearing bone that's going to take a little bit of time but not too long," Reid said. "He won't be done for the year, which is a positive."