Sean Payton reacts to Delvin Breaux misdiagnosis

Rachel Hardy
August 18, 2017

Ochsner Health System is supporting two of its physicians who were fired this week by the New Orleans Saints after allegedly misdiagnosing cornerback Delvin Breaux.

Suri and fellow orthopedist Deryk Jones were fired by the Saints on Tuesday night.

Team physicians originally diagnosed Mr. Breaux with a contusion, but after he failed to improve a second opinion found he had a fractured fibula and will require surgery.

Last season, Breaux broke the fibular in his left leg in Week 1, which forced him to miss six consecutive games. According to a source, there had been other incidents of frustration with the medical staff in the past, and coach Sean Payton was livid over the latest issue.

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After missing an NBA-most 351 games to injury in 2015-16, the Pelicans brought on Suri to lead the team's medical staff.

"He made that promise to the team".

The popular Saints player was plagued by trade rumors because the team was unhappy with his performance. "And so I think that message was very well received, and that's all any of us can ask for, really, as players". Misty Suri will reportedly remain with the New Orleans Pelicans, according to Mason Ginsberg of Bourbon Street Shots.

The Saints will use the Los Angeles Chargers team doctors while practicing and playing against the Chargers in Los Angeles, WDSU sports anchor Sharief Ishaq confirmed. The 27-year-old wound up playing just six games because of leg and shoulder injuries and finished with 21 tackles.

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