Duvernay-Tardif is a guard with six seasons of NFL experience, and Brown is a seventh-year tight end.
The offensive lineman inside Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, who will conquer a Super bowl with the Kansas city chiefs at the end of the 2019 campaign, but to give up the 2020 season while on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19 in his native Canada, will be a new player of the New York Jets.
The guard, who is also a doctor, was negotiated on Tuesday at the Jets, prior to the deadline for exchanges in the NFL, by Kansas city. In return, the Chiefs they welcomed the tight end Daniel brown from New York.
Duvernay-Tardif thanked Kansas city for a time with the organization in a farewell statement via social networks.
“They made my dream come true by drafting me in 2014,” he wrote. “Thanks to the coach [Andy] Reid who believed in me, and supported me throughout my career to pursue both medical school and professional football, my two passions. “
The offensive lineman also said excited about the future that awaits him in New York.
“I am excited for the next step in my journey and to be a part of organizing the New York Jets. I firmly believe in what they are building and I am very grateful to be a part of it. “
– Laurent D. Tardif (@LaurentDTardif) November 2, 2021
Brown is a seventh-year tight end making his fourth team of NFL, after spending time with the Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears before Jets.
Forever, Brown he has caught 44 passes for 420 yards and two touchdowns. He played at the college level in James Madison.