Chiefs HC Andy Reid released from hospital, expected to rejoin team soon

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The Kansas City Chiefs shared a positive update on HC Andy Reid on Monday.

Reid felt ill after the team’s loss to the Chargers on Sunday and was admitted to the hospital out of an abundance of caution. The team shared an update last night that Reid was doing well, resting and was considered in stable condition.

Speaking to the media ahead of typical Monday availability, Chiefs EVP of Communications, Ted Crews, informed reporters that Reid had been released from the hospital and was expected back with the team today.

“Coach Reid has been released,” Crews told reporters on Monday. “He is in great spirits. Doing well. You guys know him almost as good as me and he’s chomping at the bit. He’ll probably be here later today, later in the morning, to be back at work.”

The 63-year-old head coach is expected to resume his full slate of coaching responsibilities when he returns to action, which is a positive sign for his health moving forward.

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