Eight days after the Denver Broncos received a scare when head coach Gary Kubiak had to be taken to a hospital after the team's loss to the Falcons, Kubiak returned to the Broncos on Monday.

Kubiak was given the week off after suffering from flu-like symptoms, missing Denver's loss to the Chargers on Thursday. He told reporters Monday that he feels much better and is well-rested.

"I feel good," Kubiak told reporters, via Pro Football Talk. "I feel really good. I got too much rest, unfortunately. I didn't want it, but I got it. … All of my tests came back great. All I can say is it's good to be back to work."

Kubiak, who suffered a mini-stroke in 2013 while coaching the Texans, was diagnosed with a complex migraine condition that caused extreme fatigue and weakness, the team said last week. Rest appears to be the best medicine for Kubiak going forward.

"The biggest thing for me is really helping me sleep better," Kubiak said. "That's about all I can tell you. I'm sure you guys don't sleep really well either. That's it. I met with them and spent some quality time with them late last week. I really didn't do much this weekend except come in here and get my mind going a little bit. I feel very comfortable with where I am heading and how I am feeling."