New York Jets guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif was unable to complete his team’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
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In the third quarter of a 33-18 loss, the Quebecer remained on the ground after a collision with a rival. He appeared to injure one of his ankles on the streak and was not seen on the pitch afterwards.
It was the fourth game of “LDT” in the uniform of the Jets, he which had been obtained from the Chiefs of Kansas City in a transaction carried out on November 2 last. The one who is also a doctor got his third start on the offensive line of the New York training against the Eagles.
The Jets will be back in action next Sunday, when the New Orleans Saints visit them at MetLife Stadium. The Big Apple club have maintained a poor 3-9 record so far this season, placing them fourth and last in the Eastern Division of the American Association.