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Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak was taken to the hospital after Sunday’s game with flu-like symptoms, according to the team’s vice president of public relations, Patrick Smyth.

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Sunday, Oct. 9

According to Nick Groke of the Denver Post, the 55-year-old coach left in an ambulance after the players had cleared the locker room. 

The Broncos suffered their first defeat of the season in Week 5 with a 23-16 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

Vic Lombardi of Altitude TV provided some more info on the coach’s condition:

Kubiak notably collapsed on the field in 2013 when he was the head coach of the Houston Texans. 

According to Marc Sessler of NFL.com, the coach had suffered a transient ischemic attack.

“I don’t think it changed me as a person,” Kubiak said of the incident in February. “I think after going through that and talking to a lot of doctors there in Houston and those type of things, it made me change a little bit as a coach and how I go about things.”

Kubiak was brought to the hospital as a precaution Sunday.



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