Saints Fire Team Doctors Who Misdiagnosed Player's Broken Leg

Posted August 18, 2017

Breaux had been struggling to recover from his injury, and believing it was just a bruise, the New Orleans Advocate reported Monday that they were looking to trade him.

The New Orleans Saints find themselves in a firestorm of controversey after team doctors misdiagnosed cornerback Delvin Breaux's leg injury initially as a contusion.

Breaux has missed the last two weeks while nursing his leg.

Breaux will require surgery and is expected to be sidelined for four to six weeks.

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Payton met with the Saints on Tuesday to discuss the situation. Jeff Duncan of the Times-Picayune said the Pelicans have been frustrated with their medical staff for almost a decade. Jones and Suri as a result of the "misdiagnosis", according to ESPN.

"He made that promise to the team".

Jones and Suri are employed by Ochsner Health Systems, a major corporate sponsor of the Saints. Still boasting among the most talent-stricken defenses in the NFL, New Orleans needs everyone on that side of the field to be healthy if the team hopes to earn a playoff spot this season.

Dr. Suri will still retain his post as team physician for the New Orleans Pelicans, and the company will continue to work with both organizations. The team will practice against Los Angeles Chargers Thursday and Friday, and play a preseason game against the Chargers Sunday night in Carson, California. So they will have to rely on a young group of cornerbacks who have impressed them so far this summer - including first-round draft pick Marshon Lattimore, second-year pros Ken Crawley and De'Vante Harris, third-year pro P.J. Williams and veteran Sterling Moore.