The Québécois hero, McGill graduate, and Super Bowl winner Laurent Duvernay-Tardif never fails to impress.\nReports say that he's been taking this time to help volunteer in one of Quebec's CHSLDs, which led him to become the face on a cover Sports Illustrated.\nSee the Sports Illustrated cover photo below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nLaurent Duvernay-Tardif is a local hero — to say the least. Not only has he earned himself a spot in the hearts of many Quebecers with his social media presence, but he's also internationally known as the first active NFL player to become a doctor. The Kansas City Chiefs player graduate from McGill Medical School back in 2018.\nLaurent is a great role model and has proven himself time and time again to be an immensely hard-working individual.\nHis impressive resume just got a little longer because now he can add the fact that he's the face on a cover of Sports Illustrated.\nAccording to CTV News, Duvernay-Tardif is currently volunteering in one of Quebec's CHSLDs. He confirmed such in his interview with Sports Illustrated but has not mentioned exactly where he's been helping out.\nThe Kansas City Chief's offensive lineman is using his medical degree and courage to help the most vulnerable right now.\nMTL Blog reached out to Laurent's publicist for confirmation of such — this article will be updated upon receiving their response.\nThis doctor, Super Bowl winner, and founder of his own foundation, Foundation LDT, is just one of those people who has an impact on those who follow him.\nAnd clearly, the people behind Sports Illustrated recognize his greatness as well.\nView this post on Instagram SI Daily Cover: Less than three months ago, @laurentduvernaytardif was protecting Patrick Mahomes in Super Bowl LIV. Now, the Chiefs lineman, who has a doctorate in medicine, is moving to the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Link in bio) 📷: Charles Laberge A post shared by Sports Illustrated (@sportsillustrated) on Apr 27, 2020 at 6:00am PDT\nChoosing to work on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19 during his football off-season is what made Laurent stand out enough to be put a cover of Sports Illustrated.\nHe told Sports Illustrated that he has been assigned to a CHSLD in the South Shore, near his home.\nAbout a month ago, Laurent took to social media to discuss the importance of social distancing.\nInstead of using his words, Duvernay-Tardif gave his followers a visual of what happens when people do and don't practice social distancing.\nView this post on Instagram Avec l’augmentation du nombre de cas confirmés de Covid-19, nous DEVONS en tant que citoyens et citoyennes respecter les mesures misent en place par nos agences de santé publique. Les prochaines semaines seront CRUCIALES dans la lutte contre le virus et chaque geste compte. Pour tout ceux et celles qui reviennent de voyage (comme moi), tentez de respecter la demande d'isolement préventif de 14 jours. Pour tous les autres, limitez vos sorties, essayez d'éviter les rassemblements et respectez les mesures d’éloignement social. Saluez les gens à distance et lavez-vous fréquemment les mains. Tous ces petits sacrifices individuels diminueront au maximum les impacts de cette pandémie sur notre communauté. MERCI à tous les professionnels de la santé qui oeuvrent à soigner nos proches. MERCI à tous pour votre respect des mesures, on a besoin de s’entraîder et de travailler ensemble pour passer à travers! A post shared by Laurent D. Tardif (@laurentduvernaytardif) on Mar 18, 2020 at 7:48am PDT\nThis time around, he's reportedly taking action and giving his time and education to those who need it most.\nWe couldn't be more proud of LDT and look forward to receiving more information regarding his volunteering at the CHSLD.\nFor now, we can all admire his good looks and strength on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine —what an honour that is!\nAnd, I must say, scrubs have never looked so good.