KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Kansas City coach Todd Haley won't confirm or deny a broadcast report that offensive coordinator
Charlie Weis was treated at a hospital after Sunday's 31-10 victory over San Francisco.
Haley did say Monday the 54-year-old assistant's condition was not life-threatening. But he declined to say more, citing team policy.
Weis coached throughout the game with the 49ers.
He had knee surgery in the offseason and spent most of training camp wearing a big brace and walking with difficulty, helped by a cane.
Kansas City sports radio station WHB-AM cited unnamed sources in reporting Weis was taken to a hospital for treatment of an undisclosed illness shortly after Sunday's home game.