Kollar stays in Chicago with medical issue Print
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Monday, 12 November 2012 12:28
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 HOUSTON (AP) - Houston Texans defensive line coach Bill Kollar did not travel home from Chicago with the team because of a possible blood clot.
Kollar missed Sunday night's game against the Bears because of the issue. He was experiencing shortness of breath before the game and a team trainer sent him to the hospital for tests. He wasn't allowed to return to the field.
Coach Gary Kubiak wasn't sure of the specifics, but says that his tests Monday ``came out good'' and he'll return home Tuesday.
Kubiak says the tests they ran before the game showed some ``clot issues.'' But that everything is under control now, and he expects him back to work on Wednesday.
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