NFL coach Andy Reid has to go to the hospital

Kansas head coach Andy Reid had to be hospitalized over the weekend. Reid was not feeling well after the NFL game against Los Angeles. How long he will have to stay in the hospital is still unclear.

Not a good game day for the quarterback superstars in the NFL: Tom Brady with defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Patrick Mahomes with the Kansas City Chiefs lost on Sunday evening (local time). The 44-year-old Brady lost with the Buccaneers against the Los Angeles Rams with 24:34. Even a touchdown from Brady could not avert the first defeat in the third game of the season of the National Football League.

Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs received their second defeat in a row. The fact that the 26-year-old cracked the pass mark of 15,000 yards as early in his 49th match as no quarterback in the North American professional league before him was no consolation either: The game against Los Angeles Chargers was lost at 24:30.

In addition, Kansas head coach Andy Reid had to be taken to a hospital by ambulance after the game. The Buccaneers said he felt sick. After an examination by the team doctors in the cabin, they decided to drive him to the Kansas City University Hospital as a precaution. “The coach is doing well, he is resting and is in stable condition,” the message said.

Jamal Agnew of the Jacksonville Jaguars set a record in the 19:31 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Agnew intercepted a failed record field goal attempt over 68 yards and ran 109 yards into the end zone of the Cardinals. He therefore set the league record of Antonio Cromartie and Cordarrelle Patterson.


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