"He’s going to be in a limited amount of time this week—all that is up to the doctors as far as that is concerned," interim head coach Wade Phillips said. "We really don’t know until they tell us actually what he’s going to do, as far as the week is concerned, but he looked good.
After suffering a transient ischemic attack (TIA) during halftime against Indianapolis, Kubiak was hospitalized for 48 hours. He visited the team last Thursday and spoke to players again after practice on Monday.
Players were also happy to see that Kubiak was back and feeling better.
"It felt good (to see him),"
Whether or not Kubiak returns as head coach in time for Sunday's game against Oakland remains to be seen. Doctors closely monitoring his situation will decide when he is ready. Until then, Phillips will continue to fill in as the interim head coach.Twitter.com/DeepSlant