DENVER (CBS4) – Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak was taken to the hospital following Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons.
Patrick Smyth, the Broncos vice president of public relations, tweeted out that Kubiak was transported to the hospital with “flu-like symptoms.”
He is currently being evaluated.
This isn’t the first time Kubiak has experienced a health-related emergency around a football game.
When he was the head coach of the Houston Texans, Kubiak suffered a “mini-stroke” and collapsed while walking off the field at halftime during a game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Kubiak said of that incident, I “kind of ran myself into the ground a little bit. I’ve tried to do things different. I still – I mean, I love the work, so I’m going to be up early in the morning working the hours, but I’ve also tried to go about it a little bit of [a] different way – not try to take on everything myself and understand I’ve got good people with me.”
After that season, Kubiak was fired by the Texans.
Under John Harbaugh, he worked as the offensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens until John Elway offered him the head coaching position in Denver.
We’ll update this story as we get more information on his condition.