Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians has been released from the hospital after an overnight stay.
According to the team, Arians was not feeling well Sunday night after returning home from Minnesota. Arians' wife then took him to a local hospital to be evaluated.
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“All tests conducted so far have come back favorably,” a statement released Monday morning read.
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According to ESPN, the 64-year-old Arians was suffering from chest pain before being taken to the hospital, but the team has not confirmed what caused the discomfort.
Arians didn't attend his regular Monday afternoon press conference, but Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald said the coach is resting comfortably and feeling better.
"From what we're hearing, he's going to be OK," Fitzgerald said.
Arians was hospitalized in August after suffering from stomach pains. He was eventually diagnosed with diverticulitis and was told by doctors that he would need to change his diet.
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