One of the Kansas City Chiefs' players is Quebec's very own Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, who beyond playing football, also happens to have a medical degree from McGill University.\nDr. Duvernay-Tardif, you make Quebec proud.\nRead all about him below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nMontreal has a lot to be proud of. And, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is one of the hometown heroes that we can't get enough of. For those who don't know who this talent is, Duvernay-Tardif is best known as the offensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs. He also happens to be the first active NFL player to become a doctor after graduation.\nThis Montreal local got his medical degree from McGill University in 2018 and he has single-handedly proven that some people truly can do it all.\nNot only is this stud an all-star football player as well as a doctor but he has also managed to find the time to start his a foundation, which is just another reason to be impressed by him.\nFoundation LDT organizes "turnkey events that encourage the balance between sports, arts, and studies with a particular commitment to third cycle elementary students."\nDuvernay-Tardif is a force to be reckoned with. His incredible talent on the football field may impress the masses but it is his warm heart and ambition to aid those in need that makes him a local hero. And, as a bonus, he is incredibly easy on the eyes.\nOn Sunday, February 2, 2020, the McGill graduate will be one of the many athletes to compete in the anticipated Super Bowl.\nThe Kansas City Chiefs have waited 50 years to be back on the Super Bowl field. And it's nice to know that a Montreal local is part of their journey.\nView this post on Instagram Let's go get it #trainingcamp! @camerving74 #chiefs #nfl #chiefskingdom #kc #football A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Aug 2, 2019 at 6:50pm PDT\nDuvernay-Tardif was the only player to participate in Quebec's first-ever pro day. The 2014 event was held in Montreal and 9 NFL scouts watched him put his passion on the field, earning himself a spot in the NFL.\nDuvernay-Tardif was a top-ranked player during his university career. Somehow he managed to be an athlete and a med student at McGill at the same time. A superhuman, I'd say.\nView this post on Instagram It’s official! Thank you all, for your support. . . . . . . #graduation #chiefs #mcgilluniversity #passion #medicine A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on May 29, 2018 at 12:39pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Many thanks to @nflcanada and @nflfilms for this beautiful recap of a day that will forever be engraved in my memory. 🎥 by Renaud Lessard. . . . . . . . #chiefs #mcgilluniversity #medicine #graduation #passion #football #LDTMD #thankyou A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on May 31, 2018 at 4:48am PDT\nThere is something to be said about a man in uniform. For some, the football jersey is enough to make them weak at the knees. For me, it's seeing a man in a long white lab coat.\nView this post on Instagram So proud to wear the doctor's uniform, even though there is no number 76 on this one. 😉 . . . . . . . #passion #mcgill #medicine #chiefs #football #life #nfl #ldtmd A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Jun 12, 2018 at 3:53pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Back to work! #medecine #mcgill #nfl #chiefs A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Feb 23, 2017 at 11:03am PST\nThe scrubs don't look so bad either. I don't know what TLC was talking about, because yes, I do want scrubs!\nView this post on Instagram Great experience last night shadowing my friend Dr. @charlesalacroix at Santa Cabrini hospital 👨⚕️🙌 #medicine #emergency #offseason #experience A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Feb 7, 2019 at 1:37pm PST\nAnd something tells me his patients don't mind the scrubs either... Or the scruff!\nView this post on Instagram Last NFL practice was 36 hours ago.... #quickturnover #nfl ➡️ #medicine A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Jun 17, 2017 at 2:12pm PDT\nAs a doctor and an athlete, Laurent knows the importance of taking care of your body. And I must say, I wouldn't mind having this handsome man cook me dinner one night - totally forgetting the minor detail that he has a girlfriend, and I may or may not have a husband after this article.\nView this post on Instagram Back in MTL for a week. Enjoying being home and getting ready for family dinner #byeweek#cooking A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Nov 5, 2015 at 1:10pm PST\nIf all of this information wasn't enough to have you falling in love with this Quebec native, then maybe these pictures of him with the kids from his foundation will have your heart skipping a beat or two.\nView this post on Instagram Bouncing to celebrate Summer and the end of an energy-filled @fondationldt bus tour!! #move #motivate #inspire A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Jun 23, 2018 at 10:57am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Cruising through the art fair with my crew 😂 The @fondationldt kid's educational program was a big success @foirepapier #arts #quebec #montreal #offseason #art #artfairs #kids #education A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Apr 28, 2019 at 7:42am PDT\nNeeding medical attention is never enjoyable but I wouldn't mind waking up from surgery and this face being the first that I see.\nView this post on Instagram Business trip 💼 #preseason #greenbay #nfl #chiefs #chiefskingdom #football @sartorialto A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Aug 29, 2019 at 8:05am PDT\nWe wish our hometown hero the best of luck in his upcoming game and hope that he will be the first Quebec native to get to rock a super bowl ring!