Though his vital signs are reportedly normal, Texans head coach Gary Kubiak remains in the hospital to undergo further tests today after collapsing at halftime of last night's game. He did not suffer a heart attack, the team announced, and did not suffer a stroke, according to the Houston Chronicle, but is being evaluated for "stroke-like symptoms."
As the Texans left the field, Kubiak went down to one knee, then lay flat on the Reliant Field turf. GM Rick Smith said Kubiak was "light-headed and dizzy." NBC sideline reporter Michelle Tafoya said Kubiak attempted to sit up but was unable, had trouble opening his eyes, and appeared to be in pain.