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Oakland Raiders defensive line coach Sam Clancy was released from a hospital Friday, a day after he was taken from the team's practice facility in an ambulance because of chest pains and shortness of breath.

Doctors told Clancy, 46, he could coach Sunday in the Raiders' home game against the Saints, coach Norv Turner said.

"He's doing fine. They've done a lot of tests on him," Turner said. "He did not have a heart attack. He had an arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat)."

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