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Kubiak visits team, 4 days after mini-stroke

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

HOUSTON (AP) - Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak paid a visit to his team at the end of practice Thursday, four days after he collapsed at a game with a mini-stroke.

Kubiak was not made available to the media, but interim head coach Wade Phillips says Kubiak told players "that he missed them." It was the first time Kubiak had addressed the Texans since collapsing on the field and being rushed to the hospital at halftime of Houston's loss to Indianapolis on Sunday.

The Texans have not said when the 52-year-old Kubiak, who was released from the hospital on Tuesday, will resume his coaching duties.

Houston takes a six-game losing streak to Arizona this Sunday.


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