Just two days after being taken to the hospital via ambulance, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid was back at work on Tuesday.

Reid was said to have been feeling ill after the Chiefs game against the Los Angeles Chargers and he was found to have been dehydrated upon arriving at the hospital.

After staying overnight, Reid was released from the hospital on Monday and is back with the Chiefs on Tuesday.

Kansas City has had an unpredictably slow start to the season. Right now, the Chiefs sit at 1-2 overall after suffering losses to the Baltimore Ravens and Chargers. Currently. Patrick Mahomes and Co. find themselves alone in last place in what may end up being a crowded AFC West.

The Denver Broncos and Las Vegas Raiders lead the charge with both teams starting the season 3-0. Justin Herbert and the Chargers aren't far behind at 2-1. Then there's the Chiefs who will look to rally after a 1-2 start to the campaign when they hit the road to take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4.

It's a spot the Chiefs haven't been in for quite sometime but for those who are doubting Kansas City this year, tread lightly. While it has been an odd start to the season, the Chiefs were just a couple plays away from beating both the Ravens and the Chargers.

The good news is that Andy Reid is back and appears to be fine after the brief scare on Sunday that sent him to the hospital.