Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome 'feeling fine,' on way home
After not feeling well Sunday and leaving Soldier Field by ambulance, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome is feeling better.
Amid all the pandemonium of the nearly two-hour inclement weather delay in Chicago and the Bears subsequent overtime victory on Sunday, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome left Soldier Field by ambulance shortly after the game after not feeling well.
Though Newsome didn't travel home with his team, the Ravens announced Monday that the 57-year-old Newsome was on his way to Baltimore and that he was "feeling fine."
Ozzie is expected back in the Ravens’ office and on the treadmill soon.— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 18, 2013
Newsome told the Baltimore Sun that his tests came back normal and that he would return to the office Monday to watch game film.
On Sunday, a WSNT reporter tweeted that he was in an elevator with Newsome and that the GM was "sweating profusely." Later on Sunday, the Ravens said, "Ozzie Newsome did not feel well after today's game and a team doctor recommended that Ozzie not fly tonight.”
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