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Head coach Andy Reid ‘doing well’ after leaving the stadium in an ambulance

27 September (WNN) — Kansas City head coach Andy Reid, who was hospitalized after the team’s loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, is now “doing well” and “resting.”

“Head coach Andy Reid was feeling ill at the conclusion of the game,” Chiefs said In a statement late Sunday night.

“He was evaluated by our medical staff in the locker room, and as a precaution, was taken to the University of Kansas Health System for further evaluation. Koch is doing well, currently resting and in stable condition. Is.”

Sources told ESPN and CBS Sports That Read’s Had to go to the hospital due to dehydration.

Reid, 63, remained on the sidelines until the end of a 30-24 loss at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Sunday afternoon. He gave the team a brief address in the locker room before getting into the ambulance.

At the news conference after the game, assistant coach Dave Taub met with reporters instead of Reed.

The Chiefs (1-2) moved down to last in the AFC West after losing to the Chargers (2-1) on Sunday.

In his nine-year tenure with the franchise, Reid has a 92-39 record. He is 222-132-1 in 23 years as head coach of the NFL.

The Chiefs will face the Philadelphia Eagles at 1 p.m. EDT on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.


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