Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak expects to coach Sunday against the Oakland Raiders after suffering a mini-stroke at halftime against the Indianapolis Colts earlier this month.
"I really don't remember a whole lot," Kubiak said. "I remember right before the half not feeling very good. Had a headache."
Hospitalized for two days, Kubiak got back to work this week. Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has been serving as the interim coach.
Kubiak remained in a hospital for two nights before being released, but he did not return to limited coaching duties until Monday.
Kubiak is only allowed to work a certain number of hours under doctors' orders.
"I don't know how many I've got today, but I've still got plenty to do," Kubiak said.
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