Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has been released from the hospital, and the belief is that the 63-year-old will return to the team's facility either Monday afternoon or Tuesday, per Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star.
It's a positive sign after Reid was taken to the hospital following the Chiefs 30-24 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday. Audacy NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported Sunday that the decision for Reid to be transported to the hospital by an ambulance was "precautionary," as he "wasn't feeling great and was dehydrated." By all accounts, that's been proven to be the case.
It won't exactly be a slow week for Reid whenever he returns to the team, as the Chiefs have lost two straight games and currently find themselves in last place in the highly-competitive AFC West at 1-2.
On top of that, the Chiefs are headed to Philadelphia in Week 4, where Reid was the head coach from 1999-2012. Reid -- currently sixth in NFL history with 222 career wins -- went 130-93-1 as the Eagles head coach, helping the team to reach five NFC Championship Games and one Super Bowl.