Tennessee Titans special teams coach Alan Lowry is recovering at Baptist Hospital after undergoing surgery this morning.
Lowry had surgery for a heart procedure and is now resting after the procedure. Lowry did not suffer a heart attack, but an abnormality was discovered and needed to be corrected.
Lowry, who authored the Music City Miracle play that helped launch the Titans to Super Bowl XXXIV in the 1999 playoffs, had heart surgery in 2000.
Lowry has been with the organization for 11 seasons, first serving as wide receivers coach for two seasons before moving to special teams in 1999.