Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians was back at the team’s facility on Tuesday after spending Monday in the hospital after reportedly complaining of chest pain after returning home from his team’s loss in Minnesota.
It was the second time in three months that Arians has required hospitalization; he also went for stomach pains after the Cardinals’ preseason game in San Diego.
Arians sent a tweet from his personal account on Tuesday, thanking those who showed concern for his well-being:
Thank you for all the well wishes, thoughts and prayers. I'm doing good. Everything checked out ok. Happy to be back with the guys!
— Bruce Arians (@BruceArians) November 22, 2016
And Mark Dalton, Arizona’s vice president of media relations also sent a tweet, with a photo of Arians at his desk:
Latest/last Bruce Arians update: he's back in office this AM, expected to be on practice field tomorrow & on sidelines at ATL Sunday pic.twitter.com/rbkIJVPCAs
— Mark Dalton (@CardsMarkD) November 22, 2016
As Dalton noted, Arians is expected to be on the sidelines on Sunday, when the Cardinals play the Atlanta Falcons.