Rutgers offensive coordinator Jerry Kill is reportedly weighing the decision to return to the program for the 2018 season because of health reasons.

Sunday night, Andy Greder of the Pioneer Press tweeted that Charley Walters — also of the Pioneer Press — reported Kill was dealing with some health issues and was unsure if he’d be the offensive coordinator for the Scarlet Knights moving forward. Kill has battled with seizures throughout his coaching career.

This was his first season running the offense in Piscataway.

Kill was hospitalized in mid-September after suffering from a minor seizure, but was able to return to coaching shortly after being released from the hospital. He didn’t have any other reported issues throughout the season.

Prior to becoming the offensive coordinator at Rutgers, Kill was the head coach at Minnesota from 2011-2015, though he stepped down midway through the 2015 season because of health concerns. It was uncertain whether or not he’d ever return to football, but he was able to develop a routine that helped reduce the chance of seizures and allowed him to get back into coaching.

Rutgers averaged 147.1 rushing yards and 18 points per game under Kill in his first season as the offensive coordinator.