Following the Denver Broncos 23-16 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak was taken to the hospital with flu-like symptoms. He spent the night, undergoing precautionary tests, and is expected to be released this afternoon.

This morning, the Denver Broncos released this statement.

After experiencing flu-like symptoms following Sunday’s game, Denver Broncos Head Coach Gary Kubiak underwent several precautionary tests at the hospital. These included an MRI and CT scan, both of which came back normal.

Coach Kubiak was diagnosed with a complex migraine condition that caused extreme fatigue and body weakness. He received medication and is feeling much better with an expected release from the hospital this afternoon.

(Via the Denver Broncos)

A health scare such as this one is always frightening, but it’s made all the more so when Kubiak’s health history is taken into account.

Three years ago, Kubiak suffered a mini-stroke as coach of the Houston Texans, collapsing on the field. While the two don’t seem to be related, it’s still concerning news.

There has been no word on whether Kubiak will be fit to coach the Broncos from the field Thursday night against the Chargers.