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Chiefs coach Andy Reid leaves Arrowhead Stadium in ambulance after Week 3 loss to Chargers


The Chiefs fell to 1-2 on Sunday with a 30-24 residence loss to the Chargers. That is the primary time since Patrick Mahomes’ arrival in Kansas Metropolis that he hasn’t began 3-0.

There have been questions on Mahomes’ uncharacteristic two-interception efficiency and Kansas Metropolis’s protection, however Chiefs coach Andy Reid wasn’t the one to reply them postgame. He left Arrowhead Stadium in an ambulance.

Later Sunday evening, the Chiefs stated that Reid is “doing effectively, presently resting & in secure situation” after he was taken to the College of Kansas Well being System for additional analysis.

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The transfer was precautionary, in line with a number of studies. NFL Community’s Jason La Canfora stated Reid was dehydrated however that there have been no critical medical issues past that.

Reid addressed the workforce earlier than he left the stadium, Mahomes and particular groups coordinator Dave Toub stated. 

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Toub took questions from the media in Reid’s absence. He stated Reid advised his workforce it wanted to restrict turnovers.

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Reid is 92-39 in Kansas Metropolis with one Tremendous Bowl win and one other Tremendous Bowl berth. He will look to be again on the sideline in Week 4 because the Chiefs attempt to get to .500 towards the Eagles.


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