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Laurent Duvernay-Tardif first player to opt out of 2020 season

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Chiefs starting RG choosing to sit out.

The first of how many?

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Walked away from almost 3 million dollars and a chance at a second super bowl to help people. I know it’s not the best news for The Chiefs organization but sure does feel good for humanity. 

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1 minute ago, kingseanjohn said:

Chiefs starting RG choosing to sit out.

From the NFL, yeah, but he's volunteering at a hospital. May as well give him the Walter Payton Man of the Year award now.

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Just now, ramssuperbowl99 said:

From the NFL, yeah, but he's volunteering at a hospital. May as well give him the Walter Payton Man of the Year award now.

I don't blame him one bit. He's worked hard to get where he is on the field and in the hospital.

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Today I learned a medical doctor plays in the NFL...

good for him, that’s an incredibly generous gesture. He’s got a new fan. 

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13 minutes ago, ramssuperbowl99 said:

From the NFL, yeah, but he's volunteering at a hospital. May as well give him the Walter Payton Man of the Year award now.

Think they only give that to nfl players 

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Antonio Brown would like the world to know that Antonio Brown was actually the first one to opt out.

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Good for him.

He's opting out to go take on a noble activity that I assume is much more risky in terms of contracting the virus than participating in the NFL. This doesn't warrant headlines suggesting this will be the start of a swarm of players saying playing is not worth the risk.

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Thanks Doc Moose was an awesome ride. Not many Canadians can say they got a Doctorate and a SB Ring.

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42 minutes ago, wackywabbit said:

Good for him.

He's opting out to go take on a noble activity that I assume is much more risky in terms of contracting the virus than participating in the NFL. This doesn't warrant headlines suggesting this will be the start of a swarm of players saying playing is not worth the risk.

We'll see. Players have 7 days to decide. I know Rodney Hudson spoke out about his wife being immunocompromised and he's worried about that.

I think we'll see a few more players take the option but I don't expect a mass exodus this week.

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How do I be both mad and happy at the same time?! What the heck lol. I mean, sucks for the Chiefs, but thanks to him for helping fight a good fight :D Much respect.

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1 hour ago, Boltstrikes said:

Walked away from almost 3 million dollars and a chance at a second super bowl to help people. I know it’s not the best news for The Chiefs organization but sure does feel good for humanity. 

Until you read humanity's replies to his announcement. 

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