Andy Reid is giving the entire NFL a scare after he left Arrowhead in an ambulance following Sunday’s loss to the Chargers.
He did not feel well leaving the field and special teams coordinator Dave Toub stepped in to handle the post game news conference, according to the organization.
“I just think he was feeling a little ill at the end,” Toub said. “I think he’s fine, everything’s gonna be fine.”
ESPN’s Adam Schefter offered a new update on Reid, stating, he was in “good spirits” when he left for the hospital.
“Chiefs’ coach Andy Reid was transported by ambulance to a local hospital following Sunday’s game,” the report said. “A source close to Reid told @espn and @JeffDarlington that the Chiefs’ HC was in good spirits when he departed for precautionary observation after he felt ill.”
“After the game, coach Reid is feeling ill and we’re checking him out right now as a precaution. Everything right now looks fine, but he’s getting checked out,” Ted Crews, Chiefs Executive Vice President of Communications for the Chiefs, said following the game.
Players were not aware of Reid’s condition.
“He came in and talked to us and yeah, he seemed fine. That’s all I really know,” Patrick Mahomes said during the postgame interview. “He seemed fine on the sideline as well.”
“Y’all are telling me some news that I just got,” Clyde Edwards-Helaire said.