Following a loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid was taken away in an ambulance and Tyrann Mathieu responded to the situation on Twitter.
After a surprising loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, 30-24, to start out the season 1-2, Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid left Arrowhead Stadium in an ambulance at the conclusion of the game. It’s still not clear as to why Reid was transported to the hospital.
Kansas City players aren’t near as worried with the loss as they are about the status of their beloved head coach. Safety Tyrann Mathieu took to Twitter to ask for prayers for Reid.
Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu prays for Andy Reid postgame
Reid being transported to the hospital in an ambulance was scary news for the entire NFL world, but especially to Chiefs players.
Some things are bigger than the game of football, and the health and safety of players and coaches are one of those things. Losing a disheartening game at home doesn’t matter whenever your coach is unable to make it to the postgame presser.
It’s good news that Reid is in good spirits. Hopefully he’ll be on the sidelines in Week 4 when Kansas City visits the Philadelphia Eagles.
While the main focus right now is on Andy’s health, the Chiefs have a lot of work to do this week on both sides of the ball.