The Los Angeles Chargers have had trouble keeping their quarterbacks healthy and have daily medical evaluations of Justin Herbert so that something like what happened in 2020 does not happen with tyrod taylor.
According to ESPN, Taylor has sued David S.Gazzaniga, the physician for the chargersfor five million dollars after suffering a punctured lung as part of negligent treatment of a rib injury.
The now quarterback of the New York Giants filed suit in Los Angeles County Superior Court in May 2021 and the trial was scheduled for November this year. However, it was pushed back to April of next year due to the NFL season.
Taylor alleges that Gazzaniga’s negligence caused teams to consider him a backup quarterback and not a starter in free agency. After his stay in Los Angeles, the QB obtained a contract of one year and 12.5 million with the Houston Texans and a two-year contract and up to 17.5 million with the Giants.
The 22-year veteran appeared in 10 games during his tenure with the Chargers, but he only started in the first commitment of the second campaign in Los Angeles. In all, he had 241 yards and a TD.
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Because of this background, the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) and Herbert’s representatives are expected to closely monitor procedures to treat his rib injury.
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Tyrod Taylor sues Chargers doctor