Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was released from hospital on Monday and has provided a positive health update through his Twitter account.
Arians was admitted to hospital and underwent testing for symptoms related to chest pains. In a statement released by the team, the coach was said to be "experiencing discomfort and not feeling well" after Arizona's game against the Vikings on Sunday.
"Thank you for all the well wishes, thoughts and prayers. I'm doing good. Everything checked out ok. Happy to be back with the guys!" Arians tweeted on Tuesday.
He is expected to return to work this week and prepare his team for Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons.
The 64-year-old coach is a prostate cancer survivor and was hospitalised earlier this year when he was diagnosed with diverticulitis, an inflammation or infection of the digestive tract.