Texans G.M. says Kubiak is “stable”

AP

While admitting he still didn’t have much information, Texans General Manager Rick Smith said that coach Gary Kubiak was “stable” after collapsing at halftime.

Smith told NBC’s Michele Tafoya that Kubiak was “dizzy and lightheaded,” but that all his vital signs were stable upon reaching the hospital, where he was undergoing more tests.

Smith said he’s not ruling out the possibility that Kubiak could be back at work tomorrow.

But Smith began the interview by admitting there was still too much unknown.