Paramedics tended to Ryan in Denver after Jets' loss

Tim Tebow's touchdown run wasn't the only sick feeling the New York Jets had last week in losing to the Denver Broncos.

As the Jets prepared to depart the Mile High City, paramedics were called to the airport to tend to Jets coach Rex Ryan, according to the Denver Post. Ryan was suffering from indigestion from the post-game meal and the matter was also likely related to the lap band surgery he had last year.

"Sometimes with the lap band, you get indigestion," Ryan told the Post. "All along, I knew that was the case. However, our medical staff didn't want to take any chances. Once I got to the airport, I felt better. It was no big deal. Believe me, the loss to the Broncos hurt a lot worse than this did."

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