Update (8 p.m.): Mark Dalton provided the following update on Bruce Arians' condition at the conclusion of Tuesday night's practice: "He underwent tests this evening & is expected to remain at hospital overnight. We anticipate next update tomorrow." Cardinals insider Darren Urban said there "seems to be a sense he will be OK.'
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians left Tuesday evening's team practice at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego with stomach pain, according to Mark Dalton, Cardinals vice president of public relations.
Dalton reported via Twitter that Arians informed medical staff he was experiencing stomach pain and was taken to a local hospital for further evaluation.
Update tonight from San Diego re: Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians pic.twitter.com/ASOAtZiuD5
— Mark Dalton (@CardsMarkD) August 17, 2016
The Cardinals are in San Diego this week for a pair of joint practices with the San Diego Chargers before Friday's preseason matchup with the Chargers.
Arians is entering his fourth season as Cardinals head coach. He has a career 34-14 record in Arizona and led the Cards to last season's NFC Championship Game.
The 63-year-old Arians is a prostate cancer survivor.
Get well soon, BA!
— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) August 17, 2016
— Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era) August 17, 2016
WR Larry Fitzgerald upbeat about the health of coach Bruce Arians: "he's going to be fine. We've got the toughest coach in the business."
— Kyle Odegard (@Kyle_Odegard) August 17, 2016