The head coach did not feel well and could not attend the media after Kansas City lost at home to the Chargers
KANSAS CITY – The head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, Andy Reid, let Arrowhead Stadium on ambulance after Sunday’s game against Los Angeles Chargers, according to a source.
ReidThe 63-year-old stayed in the wings until the end of the defeat of the Chiefs by 30-24, and returned to the locker room at the end of the match.
He addressed the team as he normally would after games, and at least one player, the running back Clyde Edwards-HelaireHe said not to be aware of anything out of the ordinary.
But, Reid he felt bad and was taken to a hospital local to be examined, according to the source. He did not address the media as he normally does after games, leaving the assistant head coach in charge, Dave toub.
The safety Tyrann Mathieu wrote about Reid on social media, saying, “I am praying for my Head Coach and I hope you can send prayers with me !! One of the best men and teachers I have ever had !!! God please show your mercy!”