Shortly after the Ravens fell to the Chicago Bears 23-20 in overtime in Week 11, Baltimore general manager Ozzie Newsome was taken to the hospital in an ambulance.
Updates from Monday, Nov. 18
The Ravens announced Newsome is already heading back to Baltimore this morning after his health scare from Sunday, Nov. 17:
Ozzie Newsome is on his way back to Baltimore this morning and he said he is “feeling fine.”— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 18, 2013
Ozzie is expected back in the Ravens’ office and on the treadmill soon.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 18, 2013
Mike Preston of The Baltimore Sun had more from Newsome on his condition:
"I'm fine," Newsome told The Baltimore Sun as he flew home from Chicago on Monday morning. "All my tests were normal and there is nothing wrong with me. They didn't find anything."
When asked if he expected to return to work soon, Newsome said: "I'll begin breaking down film this afternoon. It's back to work."
Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun later provided a statement from Ravens head coach John Harbaugh:
John Harbaugh: 'It's good to see Ozzie here, working. He's back and has a clean bill of health.'— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) November 18, 2013
John Harbaugh on Ozzie Newsome: 'It wasn't anything serious.'— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) November 18, 2013
John Harbaugh on Ozzie Newsome: 'I found out after the game. At that point, they thought he was OK, but had to keep him overnight for tests'— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) November 18, 2013