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    Damar Hamlin attended the Buffalo Bills' playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals in an emotional reunion between the two teams.  The Bills and Bengals reignited their rivalry in the Divisional Round Sunday just under three weeks since the Buffalo safety suffered cardiac arrest on the field during their Week 17 clash.  In touching scenes, Hamlin returned to Highmark Stadium and joined his teammates in the locker room before they took to the field to face the Bengals. Damar Hamlin attended the Bills' playoff game against the Bengals in an emotional reunion Welcome home, @HamlinIsland. ❤️????#CINvsBUF | #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/OG88gibcVv— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 22, 2023 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bengals 14-0 Bills - NFL LIVE: Joe Burrow is cooking as he... Bills refuse to rule out Damar Hamlin being at Highmark... Damar Hamlin faces a lengthy recovery and 'still requires... Packers donate $100,000 worth of defibrillators to schools... Share this article Share In a video shared to the Bills' Twitter account, Hamlin could be seen arriving at Buffalo's facilities, driven...
    Bills head coach Sean McDermott has refused to rule out the possibility of Damar Hamlin watching Sunday's divisional round playoff game against the Bengals from Highmark Stadium.  The two teams met Week 17 but the game was not completed after Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest and had to be resuscitated on the field. The 24-year-old faces a lengthy recovery as he recovers at home - and his family spokesperson said he 'still requires oxygen' - but the prospect of him attending an emotional reunion between the teams in the playoffs has not been ruled out just yet.  Bills LB Matt Milano shared a pic of teammate Damar Hamlin back with the team Saturday  Bills coach Sean McDermott has not ruled out Hamlin attending the Bengals playoff game RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Damar Hamlin faces a lengthy recovery and 'still requires... Packers donate $100,000 worth of defibrillators to schools... Share this article Share 'We're just going at Damar's cadence,' head coach McDermott told reporters Friday. 'It's what he needs, and how we...
    Football fans were left disgusted by a moment in the Steelers game on Sunday, where a Pittsburgh player appeared to celebrate a sack by Alex Highsmith by pretending to give him CPR. The incident comes days after Damar Hamlin collapsed playing for the Buffalo Bills against the Cincinnati Bengals and needed to be revived on the field after having a cardiac arrest.  After Highsmith challenged Deshaun Watson of the Cleveland Browns, he laid on his back on the ground. Then, a teammate was filmed rushing over to congratulate him before performing a mock chest compression on Highsmith. The camera angle didn't clearly indicate who the player in question was, but Highsmith didn't appear to find the incident too amusing and quickly got up and back to his feet. The Steelers celebrated a sack by Alex Highsmith with a mock 'CPR' in Sunday's game Steelers players did a mock CPR celebration after their sack of Deshaun Watson. pic.twitter.com/Ocnrdfmvl8— Dan Zaksheske (@OutkickDanZ) January 8, 2023 But football fans watching on noticed immediately and many took to Twitter.  'I've lost all respect for that...
    NFL fields looked a bit different for week 18 of the regular season. Teams painted tributes to Damar Hamlin on their playing areas after the Buffalo Bills star's health battle. 1NFL teams painted the three in the 30-yard line in Bills colorsCredit: Reuters Hamlin is still in a critical condition in a Cincinnati hospital after collapsing and suffering a cardiac arrest. And the NFL is paying tribute to Hamlin in a number of ways in week 18. Why is the '3' painted blue or red? The number three on the 30-yard line can be painted blue or red this weekend in Bills colors. The symbol is a tribute to Damar Hamlin, who wears the No 3 jersey for Buffalo. READ MORE ON DAMAR HAMLINTOUCH OF CLASS Mahomes leads tributes to Hamlin with incredible sweatshirt as NFL returnsLOVE FOR 3 Why are Buffalo Bills players wearing a '3' patch on their NFL jerseys? Teams were given the option to paint the number as one way to honor Hamlin this weekend. What other tributes are there for Damar Hamlin? The NFL announced...
    Damar Hamlin has posted on social media for the first time since his cardiac arrest on Monday, thanking fans for the support he has received in an emotional statement. Hamlin wrote: 'When you put real love out into the world it comes back to you 3x's as much. 'The love has been overwhelming but I'm thankful for every single person that prayed for me and reached out. We brung (sic) the world back together behind this. 'If you know me you know this only gona make me stronger. On a long road keep praying for me.' Damar Hamlin has spoken out on social media for the first time since his cardiac arrest It comes as the Buffalo Bills also released an update on Saturday with positive news on the 24-year-old's health. 'Per the physicians at UC Medical Center, Damar is making continued progress in his recovery yet remains in critical condition,' the statement said. 'He continues to breathe on his own and his neurological function is excellent.' The Bills were given a big surprise on Friday when Hamlin spoke to...
    Sports franchises and communities have come together in the wake of Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest on Monday Night Football and New Orleans' pro teams are no exception. The Saints and Pelicans announced Thursday 67 schools in the local area will receive automated external defibrillators (AEDs).  'In light of the horrible events involving Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, we felt it was urgent that we reach out to our local recreational facilities to determine their needs,' said owner Gayle Benson.  Sports communities have come together in the wake of Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest Buffalo Bills safety Hamlin collapsed on the field during MNF's game vs. Cincinnati Bengals RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bills' head coach Sean McDermott pays tribute to 'hero'... NFL confirm postponed Bills-Bengals game will NOT be... NFL owners 'will meet Friday to weigh moving AFC... Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest shocked the NFL but it was an... Share this article Share 'NFL games have the most advanced medical staff and equipment on hand and we believe this needs to...
    The good news continued for Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin on Thursday afternoon as doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center said he has made 'substantial improvement' after suffering a cardiac arrest during Monday's game against the Bengals. 'He is beginning to awaken and it appears his neurological condition and function is intact,' said UC College of Medicine's Dr. Timothy Pritts in a video press conference. Hamlin had been sedated following his on-field resuscitation on Monday, but began communicating with doctors in writing Wednesday as his verbal communication remains impeded by his breathing tube. The 24-year-old defensive back even asked doctors who won Monday's game, which was suspended after he collapsed in the first quarter. 'Our response was: Damar, you won,' Pritts told reporters. 'You won the game of life.' Doctors at UC Medical Center say Damar Hamlin has made substantial progress and improvement in his condition in the past 24 hours. He is beginning to awaken and his neurological function appears to be intact. pic.twitter.com/yFiNDY7YQz— Spectrum News 1 BUF (@SPECNews1BUF) January 5, 2023 Damar Hamlin is awake and...
    Damar Hamlin is awake and showing signs of improvement after suffering a cardiac arrest and being resuscitated during Monday's Bills-Bengals game in Cincinnati. Buffalo cornerback Kaiir Elam made the announcement Thursday on Twitter: 'Our boy is doing better, awake and showing more signs of improvement. Thank you God. Keep the prayers coming please. All love 3!' The Bills released their own encouraging statement as well. 'Per the physicians caring for Damar Hamlin at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Damar has show remarkable improvement over the last 24 hours,' read the team statement. While still critically ill, he has demonstrated that he appears to be neurologically intact. His lungs continue to heal and he is making steady progress. 'We are grateful for the love and support we have received.' Damar Hamlin is awake and showing signs of improvement after suffering a cardiac arrest and being resuscitated during Monday's Bills-Bengals game in Cincinnati
    NFL executive Troy Vincent is doubling down on his claim that the league had no intention of resuming play on Monday in Cincinnati after Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest during a game against the Bengals. At the time, ESPN play-by-play announcer repeatedly told television viewers that the league planned to resume play after a five-minute warmup period. Furthermore, San Francisco Chronicle reporter Mike Silver has reported that the NFL's 'first impulse' was to try to resume play until players and coaches refused and walked off the field. 'I just want to be clear,' Vincent, the NFL's Executive Vice President of Football Operations and a former league player, said Wednesday during a conference call with reporters. 'Just that suggestion alone was inappropriate, it was insensitive and, frankly, it lacked both empathy and compassion for Damar's situation, who is still and was fighting for his life this day. It lacked complete, and it was just so insensitive to think that we were even thinking about returning to play. NFL executive Troy Vincent is doubling down on his claim that...
    The Buffalo Bills received some welcome news about hospitalized safety Damar Hamlin on Wednesday. Returning to the team practice facility in Orchard Park for the first time since Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest on Monday night in Cincinnati, Bills players took part in a Zoom call with Hamlin's father, Mario, who said his son was making progress. 'The team needed it,' one source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. NFL Network is reporting that the Bills plan to practice Thursday for the first time since Monday's game was postponed indefinitely. The team did go through a walkthrough at the practice facility in Orchard Park on Wednesday. Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott takes a knee is as Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin (3) is tended to on the field following a collision in the first quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paycor Stadium Hamlin is pictured behind his mother, Nina, and his father, Mario, when he played at Pitt RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Damar Hamlin's GoFundMe Toy Drive hits $7MILLION from nearly... Buffalo Bills sign...
    NFL star Damar Hamlin is still in critical condition in hospital and is yet to regain consciousness after his on-field cardiac arrest left the nation in shock. Doctors believe the 24-year-old suffered a freak injury where the heart struck at a precise angle and time in the pumping process that prevents it from getting blood around the body. They say he has already cleared the first major hurdle — surviving. Only 3 percent of sufferers survive if CPR is not administered within three minutes of the injury. Medics rushed onto the field and gave Hamlin treatment immediately on Monday night after the Buffalo Bills safety tackled Cincinnati Bengals receiver Tee Higgins.  But now questions have been raised about when he will wake up, when medics will know what really happened and if he will play in the NFL again. The Buffalo Bills safety, who has set up charity toy drives to raise money for his local community, had tackled Bengals receiver Tee Higgins in the first quarter of the pivotal Monday night game The rare injury occurs when something makes...
    Cincinnati Bengals fans attending Monday night's game against the visiting Bills were seen reciting the Lord's Prayer in the frightening moments following Buffalo safety Damar Hamlin's on-field heart attack. '... Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven,' said a group of Bengals fans seated at Paycor Stadium on Monday night. 'Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us…' The prayer appeared to be led by a trio of Bengals fans, who joined hands and raised their arms while facing the other spectators, many of whom were seen with their hands clasped. The outpouring of emotion on Monday in Cincinnati has been echoed across the country as fans and non-fans alike have done their part to offer support to Hamlin, who remains in critical condition. Hamlin's family representative has revealed that he made 'progress' in intensive care overnight, and doctors took 'promising readings' on his health.  Cincinnati Bengals fans attending Monday night's game against the visiting Bills were seen reciting the Lord's Prayer...
    Players on the Buffalo Bills will return to practice today for the first time since Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest on Monday night, as the team will now prepare to take on the New England Patriots on Sunday while the 24-year-old remains in intensive care.  On Wednesday morning, the Bills tweeted that club officials will 'hold meetings and a walk through' with players and staff, though the team will not face the media until at least Thursday. Other teams in the NFL have also cancelled their media availabilities this week out of respect to Hamlin, including the Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, Houston Texans and the Pittsburgh Steelers.  It remains unclear if the Bills will release any further updates on Hamlin's condition on Wedneday.  The Bills safety is still intubated at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in Ohio and is showing encouraging signs of recovery, as doctors have lowered the level of oxygen that Hamlin needs from 100 percent to 50 percent. The Bills will hold practice for the first time since Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest on Monday The Bills will...
    Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said 'coaching went away' for him following Damar Hamlin's collapse during the Buffalo Bills' game on Monday night.   The Bills safety, 24, suffered a cardiac arrest on the field following a huge hit against the Cincinnati Bengals. He is said to be 'trending upwards', after having to be resuscitated twice but remains sedated in ICU around 36 hours after the incident.  The NFL was left stunned by the incident with players and coaches offering their prayers and wishes for Hamlin.  Doug Pederson said 'coaching went away' for him following Damar Hamlin's collapse Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest on the field following a huge hit on Monday night  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Dion Dawkins opens up on the frightening moment Damar Hamlin... Fake fundraisers replicating Damar Hamlin's $6m Toy Drive... 'It's a horrifying feeling': Widow of late Lions player... Damar Hamlin's family rep says Bills player has made... Share this article Share Pederson claimed that his focus switched from being a coach to Hamlin's recovery...
    Buffalo Bills' Dion Dawkins has become the first teammate of hospitalized Damar Hamlin to speak out about his on-field cardiac arrest. Hamlin, 24, is said to be 'trending upwards', but remains sedated and in a critical condition in ICU around 36 hours after collapsing and being administered CPR on the field. The family has revealed the player suffered 'lung damage' after being resuscitated twice in the game against the Cincinnati Bengals Monday night and one of Hamlin's teammates has opened up on the terrifying moment. Buffalo Bills' Dion Dawkins (L) recalled the moment hospitalized Damar Hamlin (R) collapsed RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'It's a horrifying feeling': Widow of late Lions player... ESPN analyst Bart Scott branded 'despicable' for suggesting... Damar Hamlin's family reveal player has suffered 'lung... 'God be with D Hamlin right now': NFL stars Odell Beckham... Share this article Share 'You look around and you see the medical staff doing their job, and you know when it's something minor like somebody is down, but they're sitting up, the guys...
    ESPN's NFL analyst Bart Scott has been branded 'despicable' for suggesting Tee Higgins was at fault for lowering his helmet in the collision with Damar Hamlin, moments before the Bills player collapsed due to a cardiac arrest. The 24-year-old Hamlin is in a critical condition after being given CPR on the field following the collision with Higgins, of the Cincinnati Bengals, in the first quarter of Monday's game. Hamlin got up from the floor, appeared to try and adjust his helmet before falling back and laying motionless on the ground. Hamlin's uncle told CNN late Tuesday night that Hamlin is 'trending upwards in a positive way' but needed to be resuscitated twice, once on the field, after his collapse. Scott was discussing the the incident on ESPN's First Take with Stephen A Smith and said that he felt Higgins lowered his head before the tackle from Hamlin, causing the Bills player to be hit in the chest. Here’s the clip for everyone asking: Bart Scott straight up accusing Tee Higgins of lowering his helmet into the chest of Damar Hamlin....
    Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin had to be resuscitated twice after collapsing on the field during Monday night's game with the Bengals. 'His heart had went out so they had to resuscitate him twice. They resuscitated him on the field before they brought him to the hospital and then they resuscitated him a second time when they got him to the hospital,' Hamlin's uncle Dorrian Glenn told CNN.  'They sedated him just to give a better chance for him to just continue to heal better. We are just taking it day by day. It seems like he's trending upwards in a positive way.'   Glenn added that Hamlin does have some damage to his lungs and is breathing on a ventilator. 'His heartbeat was restored on the field' and he was transferred to the medical center 'for further testing and treatment,' the Bills team tweeted on Tuesday.  Hamlin was immediately rushed to the hospital after being administered CPR on the field while surrounded by his horrified teammates. He is currently in critical condition with the sporting world left shocked by his sudden deterioration...
    Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin credited his parents for his success before being rushed to hospital after a horror collision resulted in him suffering from a cardiac arrest on the field. The 24-year-old remains in the ICU in critical condition after collapsing during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night. His mother, Nina, 41, was in attendance at the game and went with her son in the ambulance as he was transported to the hospital. Hamlin was born in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania in 1998 – when his mother was just 16 and his dad Mario was just 17. Damar Hamlin remains in the ICU in critical condition after collapsing during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night  His mother, Nina, 41, was in attendance at the game and went with her son in the ambulance as he was transported to the hospital The NFL star was forced to spend almost four years without his dad Mario, 42, who was jailed for three and a half years after he was convicted of selling drugs to make ends meet...
    The NFL has clarified no talks were held about Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals stars warming up to continue playing the game after Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest. The 24-year-old was given CPR on the field after collapsing following a tackle on Bengals' Tee Higgins. Emotional teammates surrounded him and shielded him from public view before he was taken to hospital where he remains in a critical condition. The game was suspended while he received emergency treatment on field and the NFL has denied reports there were discussions over restarting the Monday Night Football matchup.  The NFL has clarified no talks were held about Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals stars warming up to continue playing the game after Damar Hamlin collapsed and went to hospital RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Damar Hamlin updates LIVE: All the latest as Buffalo Bills... Damar Hamlin's GoFundMe Toy Drive started in December 2020... 'This isn't about a football player, this is about a human':... 'Damar's a fighter... but his family is worried': Rep for... Share...
    Follow DailyMail.com's live blog for all the latest on Damar Hamlin's health, after he suffered a cardiac arrest on the field during the Buffalo Bills' game against the Bengals last night... Ben Nagle Host commentator 12:15 Current situation As it stands, Hamlin remains in a critical condition after being transported via ambulance to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center shortly before 10pm EST last night. Hamlin's family were at the game when he collapsed and his mother Nina traveled with him to hospital, it was reported at the time. The latest update we have had from the Bills was: 'Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest following a hit in our game versus the Bengals. His heartbeat was restored on the field and he was transferred to the UC Medical Center for further testing and treatment. He is currently sedated and listed in critical condition.' Buffalo Bills players gather around Damar Hamlin as medics attend to him on the field 12:03 Good morning Hello and welcome to DailyMail.com's live blog for updates...
    FOX Sports pundit Skip Bayless sparked fury after he appeared to question if NFL should postpone Buffalo Bills' pivotal Monday night match against the Cincinnati Bengals after Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch. Hamlin, 24, remains in a critical condition today after he tackled rival Bengals receiver Tee Higgens and collapsed before being rushed to hospital. The match was suspended by NFL after Hamlin was taken off the pitch in an ambulance - but Bayless questioned how they could stop play during the final week of the regular season. 'No doubt the NFL is considering postponing the rest of this game - but how? This late in the season, a game of this magnitude is crucial to the regular-season outcome... which suddenly seems so irrelevant,' tweeted Baylees, who joined Fox Sports in 2016 after being an ESPN pundit for 12 years.  FOX Sports pundit Skip Bayless sparked fury after he appeared to question if NFL should postpone Buffalo Bills' pivotal Monday night match against the Cincinnati Bengals after Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch Hamlin, 24,...
    The world of NFL and beyond sent out prayers and well wishes to Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills after he collapsed on the field playing against the Cincinnati Benglas on Monday night. Hamlin was in a critical condition after needing to receive CPR and oxygen, collapsing after he made a tackle during the first quarter. He stood up and appeared to try and adjust his helmet for a moment before falling back and laying motionless on the ground. The NFL postponed the game but as the shocking scenes unfolded, stars of the sport took to social media praying for good news about the 24-year-old. Damar Hamlin was taken off the field in an ambulance after collapsing against the Buffalo Bills Bills players were distraught as medical officials attended to Hamlin before putting him in the ambulance  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin, 24, suffered CARDIAC... Former Jacksonville Jaguars guard Uche Nwaneri dies age 38... Tua Tagovailoa will not play for Miami Dolphins in win or... ...
    Hamlin is currently 24 years old and has been starting for the Bills this year since a week 2 injury sidelined regular starter Micah Hyde. This is a developing story and will be updated as events warrant.
    Monday’s game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals has been suspended after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed during play. Medical staff administered CPR on the field and he was taken away by an ambulance. His condition remains unknown. More than 20 minutes after the injury in the first quarter, officials announced the game was temporarily suspended and both teams returned to their locker rooms. Hamlin made a tackle on Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins in what did not appear to be an especially violent hit. The Bills defensive back got to his feet without incident before falling backward and making no effort to brace himself as he fell. Horrifying moment at #BillsvsBengals just now. Bills safety Damar Hamlin made a tackle, got up, wobbled, and collapsed. EMS has been administering CPR and Hamlin has been down for over 9 minutes.pic.twitter.com/A7EA93wVqc — Talia Jane ❤️‍???? (@taliaotg) January 3, 2023 This is a developing story. Have a tip we should know? tips@mediaite.com
    Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin was given CPR after collapsing on the field against Cincinnati Bengals during Monday Night Football. Hamlin tackled Bengals receiver Tee Higgins in the first quarter and got up briefly before falling backwards to the ground. An ambulance raced on the field to treat the safety, who was taken away in the vehicle. More to follow
    In a game that will be remembered for an epic quarterback duel between Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen, the best tackle of Sunday's AFC divisional playoff matchup in Kansas City was delivered by Buffalo's Stefon Diggs, who leveled an over-exuberant Chiefs fan as he ran across the field. CBS followed protocol by not showing the intruder on the network broadcast, but several spectators caught the action on their phones. The fan, identified by police as 20-year-old Jacob Bross, sprinted onto the field with two minutes remaining in regulation and the Bills trailing 26-21. Dressed in a Chiefs replica jersey, Bross appeared to be aiming for the ball, which was spotted near Kansas City's 20-yard line as Buffalo was driving for a late touchdown. But before Bross could get his hands on the pigskin, Diggs ran out from Buffalo's huddle, lowered his shoulder, and leveled him. 'Diggs took out some frustration on him,' CBS announcer and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said after the hit. Arrowhead Stadium security, which had been in pursuit, was able to quickly collect Bross and...
    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs tackled this idiot Kansas City Chiefs fans who ran onto the field in the fourth quarter of their playoff game. Maybe the Buffalo Bills could have used Stefon Diggs on the field in their last two defensive possessions vs. the Kansas City Chiefs? In what was one of the most exhilarating NFL playoff games in recent memory, do not let Diggs late-game heroics go unnoticed. While his incredible tackling did not help his team win on Sunday, his card-carrying status as a Bills Mafia legend went up a level. The Bills and the Chiefs could potentially run the AFC for the next several years, so look for their fanbases to be out of control. If the Bills were going to go into shameless prevent, why not put a sure-tackler in Diggs out there? Here comes the boom! #ChiefsKingdom #streaker pic.twitter.com/GPWRUFt5a8 — Carl Fugate (@carlfugate) January 24, 2022 Look: Stefon Diggs destroys Chiefs fan after he ran onto the field It does not matter what team you root for, you should always root for the athlete...
    Getty Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (L) describes his thoughts on what Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (R) is like off the field. The Buffalo Bills once again face the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs on Sunday, January, 23, and it’s arguably the most highly-anticipated matchup of the weekend. Last year, the Chiefs defeated the Bills at Arrowhead Stadium by a score of 38-24. In Week 5 earlier this season, Buffalo crushed Kansas City 38-20. While the Chiefs head into Sunday’s game favored by 2.5-points, per CBS Sports, the Bills are firing on all cylinders right now, especially quarterback Josh Allen, who threw five touchdown passes during the team’s Wild Card victory over the New England Patriots last week. Crazily enough, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes also threw five touchdown passes last week during the team’s blowout 42-21 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! With two explosive quarterbacks leading their offense, Sunday’s game is expected to be...
    A fan at the Buffalo Bills-New England Patriots playoff game Saturday night threw a sex toy on the field in the direction of a Patriots player. The incident happened during the third quarter of Buffalo’s 47-17 rout of New England. After New England’s Kendrick Bourne caught a three-yard touchdown pass to draw the Patriots to within 33-9, the fan hurled the object into the end zone, nearly hitting Bourne with it. Bourne immediately pointed out the object to the referee, and gestured toward the crowd in an effort to signal where the flying projectile came from. This, evidently, is something of a tradition in Buffalo during Bills games against their hated rival New England. SB Nation chronicled a number of similar incidents from years past during Bills-Patriots matchups in Orchard Park, NY. A 2018 incident resulted in a man being arrested for throwing a sex toy on the field. Bills fans are widely considered to be among the most rowdy in the NFL, and routinely attempt dangerous stunts during pregame tailgates. As such, it’s hardly a shock...
    Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Spencer Brown had a brutal game, but a wild touchdown celebration Sunday afternoon against the Carolina Panthers. Brown was so excited after Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught his eighth touchdown pass of the season that he wanted to reward his teammate with a drink. But Brown couldn’t wait until after the game, he was determined to get Diggs an adult beverage immediately. Fox cameras caught Brown signaling to a fan in the stands that he wanted a drink. Brown pulled Diggs over toward the crowd and grabbed what appeared to be a can of beer. The offensive lineman vigorously shook the tallboy, soaking himself in beer before tossing the can onto the field and imploring Bills Mafia to get louder. All of #BillsMafia on game day…@BudLight | #BudLightCelly pic.twitter.com/wDCU1KmJ7E — Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) December 19, 2021 “I don’t even know honestly,” Brown told reporters of the celebration. “A lot of mayhem going on and that’s it. I was like Diggs, I owe you a drink for that one. That was awesome. Then we just...
    The Buffalo Bills elected to go for fourth-and-1 rather than kick a game-tying field goal. They were unsuccessful and lost to the Titans in Week 6. Monday Night Football delivered one heck of a game in Week 6 with the Buffalo Bills visiting the Tennessee Titans. The two AFC foes were trading haymakers throughout the night with Josh Allen and his team pulling out all the stops and Derrick Henry continuing to be unstoppable for Tennessee. Henry’s third touchdown of the night gave the Titans a 34-31 lead with just three minutes on the clock, but that appeared to be enough time for some heroics by Allen and the Bills. And indeed, he drove Buffalo down the field and got them deep into Tennessee territory. After a will run that sent the quarterback airborne was (rightly) ruled short of the line to gain, though, head coach Sean McDermott faced a tough decision. Go for it on fourth down to try and win in regulation or kick the field goal to likely force overtime? McDermott put his faith in Allen and went...
    The 25 best episodes of The Office, ranked Insider secrets for saving time and money at Costco The Tennessee Titans didn't play a lot of defense on Monday night. But they did stop Josh Allen from getting a half of a yard when he needed it most.  The Buffalo Bills gambled on fourth down and less than a yard in the final seconds. Instead of taking a field goal to tie it, the Bills went for the first down inside the 5-yard line. And when Allen took the snap for the quarterback sneak, he didn't seem to get great footing and the Titans defense stopped him cold.  The Titans, carried by Derrick Henry's three-touchdown night, escaped with a thrilling 34-31 win.   If the Titans go on to win the AFC South, or the Bills fail to get the No. 1 seed in the AFC by a game, that fourth-down decision and the failed execution will loom large.  Bills-Titans had a ton of scoring The game was a shootout from the start.  Derrick Henry busted a 76-yard run, recording the...
    The pandemic is still raging. Colleges are reopening in-person. What comes next? Coronavirus updates: California drops regional stay-at-home orders; Merck abandons vaccine development Bills receiver Stefon Diggs stayed on the field to watch Chiefs championship ceremony until his coach pulled him off © Provided by INSIDER Stefon Diggs looks on as the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate their 2021 AFC Championship victory. AP Photo/Jeff Roberson Stefon Diggs refused to leave the field after his team's AFC Championship loss Sunday night. The Bills WR looked on from across the field as the Chiefs celebrated earning their second-consecutive trip to the Super Bowl. He didn't leave until Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott came to pull him away. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kansas City brimmed with joy Sunday night as the Chiefs locked up their second-consecutive trip to the Super Bowl. But not every spectator inside Arrowhead Stadium was filled with glee. © Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports Celebrations erupt at Arrowhead Stadium after the Chiefs' AFC Championship win. Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports Stefon Diggs watched Patrick Mahomes and company...
    Stefon Diggs looks on as the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate their 2021 AFC Championship victory. AP Photo/Jeff Roberson Stefon Diggs refused to leave the field after his team's AFC Championship loss Sunday night. The Bills WR looked on from across the field as the Chiefs celebrated earning their second-consecutive trip to the Super Bowl. He didn't leave until Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott came to pull him away. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kansas City brimmed with joy Sunday night as the Chiefs locked up their second-consecutive trip to the Super Bowl. But not every spectator inside Arrowhead Stadium was filled with glee. Celebrations erupt at Arrowhead Stadium after the Chiefs' AFC Championship win. Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports Stefon Diggs watched Patrick Mahomes and company celebrate after their Kansas City squad dismantled his Bills 38-24 in the AFC Championship game. As the rest of his Buffalo teammates packed up their things and headed off to the showers, the mega-watt wide receiver stayed out on the gridiron and looked on as the Chiefs' victory ceremony...
    This might be the most open a Bills wide receiver was on Sunday. Stefon Diggs had a solid but relatively quiet performance in the AFC championship game vs. the Chiefs, grabbing six passes for 77 yards and no touchdowns. The result was an emotional final few minutes alongside quarterback Josh Allen on the sideline. Diggs, clearly shaken by Buffalo’s 38-24 loss, decided to take an opportunity to motivate himself for next season, apparently. MORE: Bills, Sean McDermott roasted for decision to kick Rather than head to the locker room to sulk following the L, Diggs stood on the field in Arrowhead Stadium, the only Bills player to do so, observing Kansas City’s celebration from afar. You can probably file this under Michael Jordan’s “and I took that personally.” Really, how much more motivation could the All-Pro wideout need? Diggs had 127 receptions, 1,535 yards and eight touchdowns alongside Allen in his first season in Buffalo. With Allen taking the next step in 2020, it will be worth watching how much better the duo can get.  Diggs earned first-team...
    Coronavirus outbreaks in San Diego County nursing homes hit record for fourth week in a row Right-wing extremists vow to return for Bidens inauguration Did the Colts Frank Reich make the right call to go for it on fourth-and-goal? Frank Reich is aggressive. He always has been since taking the job as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. He might have been too aggressive in one key moment on Saturday. With the Colts leading the Buffalo Bills 10-7 late in the second quarter of a wild-card playoff matchup, Indianapolis marched down to the Bills’ 1-yard line. On third-and-goal, it started to unravel. The Colts called a pitch play to Jonathan Taylor. It is certainly questionable why the Colts would call an outside pitch and risk losing yards, which Taylor did. He was dropped for a 3-yard loss. It seemed Reich made up his mind to go for it on fourth down before seeing what happened on third down, because the offense stayed on the field for fourth-and-goal from the 4. They dropped back, had Michael Pittman Jr. run a...
    US coronavirus: The CDC issued a dire warning for the fall Beloved grocery stores that are gone forever Why Bills running back Devin Singletary will have a Kareem Hunt-type breakout on the field in 2020 Just two years ago, Kareem Hunt was on the fast track to superstardom with the Kansas City Chiefs. Then he wasn't. The former third-round pick was the league's leading rusher as a rookie (1,327 yards) and, in 2018, on his way to another 1,000-plus yard campaign in Kansas City's high-flying offense before the video of him physically assaulting a woman surfaced and resulted in his immediate release from the team. Hunt signed with the Cleveland Browns last season, served an eight-game suspension, and played well upon his return to the field but found himself squarely behind Nick Chubb on the depth chart. Hunt was an elite back before his transgression, so strictly from an on-field perspective, let's pinpoint who's next.  © Provided by CBS Sports Nov 17, 2019; Tampa, FL, USA; New Orleans Saints defensive end Marcus Davenport (92) works out prior to the...
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