Andy Reid will return to work with the Chiefs to prepare for the team’s next game
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid has left the hospital, and the team expects him to return to work on Monday or Tuesday.
Reid did not participate in his usual Monday garment conference.
“He’s in great spirit and doing well,” Ted Crews reported., Chiefs Executive Vice President of Communications.
Andy Reid left Arrowhead Stadium and was transported to the hospital for feeling mal after the game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Reid, 63, was treated for dehydration and was expected to be fine, a source slipped ESPN’s Dan Graziano. The Chiefs did not specify in a Sunday night statement that he was wrong with Reid, saying he “just felt bad,” but they did emphasize that the head coach, “is doing well, resting and his condition is stable.”
He stayed on the touchline until the end of the Chiefs’ 30-24 loss and then returned to the locker room.
Reid addressed the team as he normally would after the game, and at least one player, running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, said he didn’t know anything was out of the ordinary.
But Reid became ill and left for the University of Kansas Health System for further evaluation, the team said. Reid didn’t address the media as he normally would after a game, leaving that job to assistant Dave Toub.