Jets coach Todd Bowles hospitalized with illness

7:25 PM ET

New York Jets coach Todd Bowles was admitted to a hospital Friday afternoon with an undisclosed illness and didn’t travel with the team for its road game Saturday against the Patriots, the Jets announced.

Bowles, 53, is in stable condition, according to the team.

The Jets said his availability for the game is uncertain. If he can’t make it to Foxborough, Massachusetts, for the 1 p.m. kickoff, the head-coaching duties will be handled by assistant head coach Mike Caldwell.

Caldwell ran the walk-through practice Friday at the team facility. Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan has visited Bowles in the hospital and, upon his arrival in New England, updated the team of the coach’s health status.

“I knew [Bowles] hadn’t been feeling great [Friday morning],” a source told ESPN’s Josina Anderson. “He said he felt tired.”

The source noted that Bowles didn’t seem sick at the time of

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