Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak did not suffer a heart attack or stroke in Sunday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts after he collapsed on the sideline at halftime.
Kubiak was headed to the Texans locker room, but dropped to a knee after being light-headed and dizzy, according to the Houston Chronicle.
After being on the ground for several minutes, he was taken by stretcher to an ambulance and on to a local hospital. Kubiak apparently never lost consciousness and is still being tested an evaluated to determine what caused the incident.
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