Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was admitted to the hospital after his team's loss to the Vikings on Sunday.
Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has been released from the hospital, according to Cardinals vice president of media relations Mark Dalton. He had been hospitalized since his team's 30–24 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that chest pains were the cause of Arians's hospitalization.
"After returning home from Minnesota, Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians was experiencing discomfort and not feeling well during the night. His wife took him to a local hospital to be evaluated," the Cardinals said in the statement. "All tests conducted so far have come back favorably. He remains in the hospital for continued evaluation."
The team canceled Arians's Monday press conference, previously scheduled for 2:15 p.m. ET.
Arians was also hospitalized in August before a preseason game against the Chargers over concern he had a kidney stone. It was later determined he was experiencing pain from complications from colon inflammation.
The Cardinals next play the Falcons in Atlanta on Sunday.