|Oct. 2, 2017 4:57 PM PT5:57 PM MT6:57 PM CT7:57 PM ET23:57 GMT7:57 4:57 PM MST6:57 PM EST6:57 PM CT3:57 UAE (+1)19:57 ETNaN:� - Duvernay-Tardif will not return to Monday's game against Washington after injuring his left knee on the Chiefs' second offensive play.
Analysis: Duvernay-Tardif had his knee rolled up on while blocking on a running play, and the fact that he was quickly ruled suggests it could be a serious injury. The Chiefs were already banged-up on the offensive line with center Mitch Morse (foot) inactive and left tackle Eric Fisher playing through a back issue.
|Feb. 28, 2017 6:43 AM PT7:43 AM MT8:43 AM CT9:43 AM ET14:43 GMT22:43 7:43 AM MST9:43 AM EST8:43 AM CT18:43 UAE9:43 ETNaN:� - Duvernay-Tardif and the Kansas City Chiefs agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $41.25 million. The 26-year-old offensive guard will receive $20 million in guaranteed money.
Analysis: Duvernay-Tardif started all 14 games he played last season and started 13 of 16 games as a rookie in 2015. The Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec native was drafted in the sixth round (200th overall) by the Chiefs in 2014. Duvernay-Tardif currently attends medical school at McGill University in Montreal in the offseason, but has participated in most of the Chiefs' offseason workouts and has not missed an offseason practice.