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Chiefs coach Andy Reid leaves Arrowhead Stadium by ambulance after Week 3 loss to Chargers

The Chiefs fell to 1-2 on Sunday with a 30-24 home loss to the Chargers. It is the first time since the arrival of Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City that he does not start 3-0.

There were questions about Mahomes’ unusual two-steal performance and Kansas City’s defense, but Chiefs coach Andy Reid wasn’t the only one answering them after the game. He left Arrowhead Stadium in an ambulance.

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The move was precautionary, according to multiple reports. NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora said Reid was dehydrated, but there were no serious medical issues beyond that.

Reid addressed the team before leaving the stadium, Mahomes and special teams coordinator Dave Toub said.

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Toub answered questions from the media in Reid’s absence. He said Reid told his team to limit turnovers.

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Reid is 92-39 in Kansas City with a Super Bowl victory and another Super Bowl spot. He will look to be back on the sidelines in Week 4 as the Chiefs try to hit the 0.500 mark against the Eagles.





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