Following a week off due suffering a mini-stroke, Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak returned to the team Monday, following their 27-24 loss to the Arizona Cardinals Sunday.
NFL.com reporter Ian Rapport tweeted:
#Texans coach Gary Kubiak has returned to the team facility & is working today as he recovers from his mini-stroke. He won’t work a full day
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 11, 2013
John McClain of the Houston Chronicle also tweeted:
Gary Kubiak in office working bout half the day.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) November 11, 2013
It is still unknown if Kubiak will be on the sidelines this week for the Texans’ game against the Oakland Raiders, who are 3-6 on the season.
On Sunday, NFL.com reporter Kevin Patra wrote that the Texans brass was frustrated with Kubiak.
The article stated:
“One reason for Kubiak rushing back, as (Ian) Rapoport pointed out (on NFL GameDay Morning), is his job is not necessarily safe for 2014.”
The article also said:
“Given the Texans’ Super Bowl expectations coming into the season, their 2-6 record — and the 4-10 record over the last 14 games — it’s not a surprise to see Kubiak on the hot seat.”
Since the article the Texans are now 2-7 this season and 4-11 in their past 15 games. The Texans have lost their past seven games.