Andy Reid out of the hospital, expected to rejoin Chiefs this week
from Chelena Goldman, with YardBarker.com/www.yardbarker.com
Kansas City Chief head coach Andy Reid is out of the hospital and expected to rejoin the team at some point this week, ESPN reported Monday morning.
Reid, 63, was taken to the hospital after Sunday’s loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. According to ESPN, Reid addressed the players like he normally does after games before departing Arrowhead Stadium in an ambulance. Per the report, at least one player had no clue anything was wrong with the veteran coach.
The team didn’t specify in its social media statement what was ailing Reid, only that he wasn’t feeling well.
A source later told ESPN Reid was treated for dehydration upon arriving at the hospital.
Report: Andy Reid had heart palpitations
from Larry Brown Sports……
Andy Reid was taken to the hospital after his Kansas City Chiefs’ 30-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.
All reports suggested that Reid was being taken to the hospital as a precaution. Chiefs players were told that Reid was expected to be fine. But now we have some more information about his issue.
Jay Glazer reported on FOX overtime after the Rams-Bucs game that Reid had heart palpitations. The writing on the graphic accompanying Glazer’s report said Reid had chest pains.