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    GRETE Sadeiko's 2023 is "off to an incredible start." The ex-Florida State University track and field star and her husband, former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III, have just welcomed baby daughter Gia to their family. 7Grete Sadeiko and Robert Griffin III have welcomed their third childCredit: @gretegiii 7Sadeiko is a former Florida State University track and field starCredit: @gretegiii 7Grete frequently shared updates on the pregnancy with fans on InstagramCredit: @GRETEGIII Grete frequently posted snaps of her growing baby bump on Instagram before she and Robert, 32, shared the big news on Tuesday. As a true fitness enthusiast, Sadeiko also kept sharing workout videos until the third trimester — working hard in the gym even though her sporting career had been over for a while. Grete was born in Turi, Estonia, and represented her home country in the heptathlon at the World Junior Championships in 2010 and 2012. She set her personal best score of 5,813 points at the European U23 Championships when Estonia hosted the tournament in 2015. Read more on the NFLAGAINST THE ODDS I won $70,000 off...
    BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Cincinnati Bengals knocked off the No. 2-seeded Buffalo Bills 27-10 on Sunday in snowy Orchard Park. The win sends the Bengals (14-4) to the AFC Championship Game against top-seeded Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium next Sunday. “We came into their home field, they put up 10 freaking points and we got 27,” said Bengals defensive lineman D.J. Reader. “And we’re on to KC and that’s all that matters. You can’t count us out, you can count around. Bengals ain’t this — Bengals ain’t that. We just keep chopping and keep playing on Sunday.” Cincinnati quarterback Joe Burrow set the tone on the opening drive. In near blizzard-like conditions, the Bengals offense took only six plays to go 79 yards. The drive featured four Burrow passes — including a 23-yard connection to Tyler Boyd and a 28-yard TD pass to Ja’Marr Chase for the 7-0 lead. “Snow doesn’t affect the ball too much,” said Burrow, who finished the game with 242 yards passing and completed 23 of 36 attempts with two TDs. “It might get a little...
    Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills was an inspiration to the team during the AFC Divisional Round, as he showed up in person for their game. Regardless of the end result, the fact Damar Hamlin can show up in person to watch the Bills take on the Cincinnati Bengals is an incredible feat. Hamlin was injured the last times these two teams matched up in Cincinnati. It’s been nearly three weeks since Hamlin collapsed on the field after a collision with Tee Higgins of the Bengals. At the time, Hamlin needed nearly 10 minutes of CPR and was taken via ambulance to a nearby hospital. The Bills defensive back was placed on a ventilator, but thankfully recovered enough to breathe on him own a few days later. Damar Hamlin is an inspiration to BillsThe Bills-Bengals matchup from a few weeks ago was postponed and eventually canceled altogether. Hamlin has since returned to Buffalo and even visited with teammates at the facility. His football future is unknown at this time, but we likely won’t see him on a field for quite...
    The Buffalo Bills are used to seeing a ton of snow on the field during the winters, but fans are wondering if the Bills field at Highmark Stadium is heated. Few things get NFL fans hyped like a snowy game and the Buffalo Bills are more than capable of delivering that when we get late into the season, into winter, and especially in the playoffs. And such was the case against the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2023 Divisional Round matchup. With the snow on the ground covering much of the field, there were some spots on the yard-lines and sidelines where there wasn’t any powder covering things. And that got fans wondering about how they were doing this. More specifically, the question was if the Bills field is heated or not.Is the Buffalo Bills field heated?The quick answer to that is no. Buffalo’s Highmark Stadium does not have a heating system beneath their turf. They go out and brave the true elements in the outdoors whenever they play in this type of game. What’s interesting is that we often hear...
    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...
    Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin returned on Sunday to watch his team take on the Cincinnati Bengals. This is the first game Hamlin has been able to attend following his collapse on-field after suffering a cardiac arrest. The team was playing the Bengals at the time of his medical emergency. "Welcome home, .@HamlinIsland," wrote the team. LA COUNTY SHOOTING: OFFICIALS RELEASE PHOTOS OF SUSPECT IN LUNAR NEW YEAR MASSACRE Welcome home, @HamlinIsland. ❤️????#CINvsBUF | #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/OG88gibcVv— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 22, 2023 Last week, Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-NY) revealed that she called Hamlin to relay the prayers of New Yorkers for his swift recovery. "This morning I spoke with @HamlinIsland and let him know that the hopes and prayers of 20 million New Yorkers have been with him throughout his recovery. His story is truly an inspiration. #LoveForDamar," Hochul wrote. This morning I spoke with @HamlinIsland and let him know that the hopes and prayers of 20 million New Yorkers have been with him throughout his recovery.His story is truly an inspiration. #LoveForDamar pic.twitter.com/zMWXWAY9uU—...
    Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin visited his teammates ahead of their playoff game Sunday — as he made his first public appearance since suffering cardiac arrest on the field just three weeks ago. Prior to the Divisional Round playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals, Hamlin was spotted by CBS cameras being driven to the Bills locker room to meet with his teammates just before kickoff. Welcome home, @HamlinIsland. ❤️????#CINvsBUF | #BillsMafia pic.twitter.com/OG88gibcVv — Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 22, 2023 Hamlin was injured during the Jan. 2 Monday Night Football game between the Bills and the Bengals — resulting in a truly scary scene watched by an audience of 23.8 million, ESPN’s largest-ever for a Monday night game. Hamlin was rushed to the University of Cincinnati medical center — whose chief of surgery said Hamlin was “dead” when he hit the ground that night. But thanks to the medical care both on the scene and in the hospital, Hamlin made a remarkable recovery — to the point where he was able to...
    THE BUFFALO Bills were horrified after one of their teammates collapsed on the field and required CPR after a routine tackle. However, thanks to one athletic trainer's quick actions, the player was able to be resuscitated on the field. 2Denny Kellington is the assistant athletic trainer for the Buffalo BillsCredit: Courtesy of Buffalo Bills Who is Buffalo Bills trainer Denny Kellington? Denny Kellington is famously known as the assistant athletic trainer for the Buffalo Bills. He first joined the team in 2017 after spending 11 years at Syracuse University as a member of its sports medicine staff. During that time, he also served as the head athletic trainer for the Orange football team, according to Syracuse University News. While Kellington might have spent most of his career in the NCAA, he did have some exposure to the NFL prior to 2017. Read More from the Buffalo Bills'A REAL HERO' Hero Bills trainer Denny Kellington hailed after saving Damar Hamlin's lifeROAD TO RECOVERY Damar Hamlin's text to teammates revealed as details of contract emerge From 1999-2001, he interned...
    Follow all the action as the Cincinnati Bengals travel to Orchard Park to face the Buffalo Bills in the most highly anticipated matchup of the NFL playoffs, just three weeks after their pivotal Week 17 clash was halted following Damar Hamlin's on-field cardiac arrest. Jake Fenner Host commentator 20:00 An epic quarterback battle takes center stage in a snowy game It's Joe vs. Josh in a game that should be entertaining for more than just the weather Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (9) Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) 19:51 Bills fans are braving the elements for this one It should be a full building in Orchard Park for this one Fans wait for the start of of an NFL division round football game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals Fans wait for the start of of an NFL division round football game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals Buffalo Bills fans cheer while tailgating Buffalo Bills fans stand atop their vehicle while tailgating ...
    Looking at the biggest comeback in NFL history to see which teams have overcome the biggest halftime deficits in the regular season and playoffs alike. While New York Giants fans were hoping that the G-Men would play spoiler against the top-seeded Philadelphia Eagles in the 2023 NFL Playoffs, that was not the way things played out on the field. The Eagles jumped all over the Giants in front of the home crowd in Philly as they scored on their opening drive, forced a big punt, then scored again. When it was all said and done, New York trailed 28-0 at halftime and all hope looked lost. But when Big Blue scored a touchdown in the third quarter, it got fans asking about the biggest comeback in NFL history. Don’t worry, we’ve got all the info you need on the largest deficits overcome ever in the league.Biggest comeback in NFL historyThe biggest comeback that the NFL has ever seen actually happened in the 2022 regular season on Christmas Eve. The Indianapolis Colts were throttling the Minnesota Vikings as they led 33-0...
    DAMAR Hamlin was left fighting for his life after a cardiac arrest on the field earlier this month. The Buffalo Bills safety, 24, collapsed and was rushed to a local ICU in Cincinnati. 2Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin made a brave recovery after suffering a cardiac arrestCredit: Getty 2The NFL world awaited positive updates ever since Hamlin collapsed in the matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals on January 2Credit: Getty Images - Getty Hamlin was woken by doctors after three days asleep following the traumatic incident. His treatment started with the life-saving CPR on field and he was then put to sleep so a breathing tube could be inserted. After he woke, Damar communicated with doctors in writing as the tube was still in. He asked if the team won the abandoned game during which he collapsed. Read more on Damar HamlinCAR DASH 'I knew he could hear me' - Hamlin's childhood friend races to visit in hospitalRIPPLE EFFECT NFL player's wife 'fearful for spouse' after Damar Hamlin shock "Yes, you won," the doctors replied. "You've won the game of life."...
    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...
    "I’ll be the first to admit, like, I haven’t been the most devoted Christ follower in my life," Allen admitted to Brandt. "I’ve had my different beliefs and thoughts and ideas and stuff like that, but something got ahold of me there, and it was extremely powerful that, you know, I couldn’t deny it." The two men then discussed an event that occurred at the Bills next game, an event that Brandt described as "some sort of miracle." The Sunday after Hamlins collapse, the Bills took the field to play against the New England Patriots for their final regular-season game. On the opening kickoff, Bills kick returner Nyheim Hines ran the ball back 96 yards for a touchdown. While the play itself was worth celebrating, fans were quick to note that it occurred exactly three years and three months after Hamlin, who wears No. 3, made the teams last kickoff return for a touchdown. In discussing Hines touchdown, Allen later told reporters: "I was just going around to my teammates saying, ‘God’s real.’ You can’t draw that one up, write...
    Damar Hamlin is heading home. Less than ten days after the 24-year-old safety for the Buffalo Bills went into cardiac arrest on the field in Cincinnati, Hamlin has been discharged from a Buffalo-area hospital. “Damar Hamlin has been discharged from Buffalo General Medical Center/Gates Vascular Institute, a Kaleida Health facility in Buffalo, NY,” the Bills said in a statement. The team said Hamlin, who returned to Buffalo on Monday, underwent a “comprehensive medical evaluation as well as a series of cardiac, neurological and vascular testing on Tuesday.” Hamlin’s care team lead also released a statement via the Bills. “We have completed a series of tests and evaluations, and in consultation with the team physicians, we are confident that Damar can be safely discharged to continue his rehabilitation at home and with the Bills,” Jamie Nadler, MD, critical care physician and Chief Quality Officer at Kaleida Health, said. The second-year safety had to be resuscitated on the field on Jan. 2 after tackling Bengals’ wide receiver Tee Higgins in the first quarter of the primetime game. Hamlin, out of Pitt, received...
    Damar Hamlin continues to improve after being resuscitated on the field in Cincinnati last week following a cardiac arrest. The 24-year-old Buffalo Bills safety offered another update Tuesday, saying he is still undergoing testing at the Buffalo General Medical Center. ‘Not home quite just yet,’ tweeted Hamlin, who was moved from University of Cincinnati Medical Center to Buffalo General on Monday after his recovery continued. ‘Still doing & passing a bunch of test. Special thank-you to Buffalo General it’s been nothing but love since arrival! Keep me in y’all prayers please! #3strong.’ The Bills also gave an update on the recovering defensive back: ‘Hamlin is going through a series of testing and evaluation today.’ Damar Hamlin continues to improve after being resuscitated on the field in Cincinnati last week following a cardiac arrest Bills safety Damar Hamlin has been released from the hospital in Cincinnati and is in Buffalo On Monday, Hamlin tweeted that he would be going to Buffalo General Hospital to continue testing and be monitored. 'Headed home to Buffalo today with a lot of love on my...
    It was a perfect turn of events following a turbulent week. The NFL’s final Sunday of the regular season is usually filled with teams jockeying for playoff spots and coaches resting key players before important postseason matchups. This year’s finale was unprecedented due to it being the Bills’ first game since Damar Hamlin’s horrifying on-field cardiac arrest that took place a week ago. The morning slate started with Bills running back Nyheim Hines returning a 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the opening moments of Sunday’s Week 18 matchup against the New England Patriots. The return electrified Highmark Stadium filled with fans supporting Hamlin. “This is storybook,” CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz exclaimed before Hines ran into the end zone just 14 seconds into the game. Hines continued to add to the storybook tale after he scored a second kickoff return TD in the third quarter. With his team trailing 17-14, Hines returned a kickoff 101 yards to give the Bills the lead. It was the turning point of the game as the Patriots trailed the rest of the way....
    Barstool Sports founder David Portnoy has taken aim at his nemesis Roger Goodell over the NFL's handling of Damar Hamlin's collapse on the field last week.  The 47-year-old sports blogger commented on the incident in an interview with 'street journalist' Adam Glyn, admitting that while officials ultimately made the 'right' call to get the Buffalos Bills safety medical attention and end the game, it was no thanks to the NFL commissioner.  Speaking from Miami, Portnoy also accused the league of lying about having no intention of resuming play after Hamlin, 24, collapsed and went into cardiac arrest following a tackle on the field on January 2.   Scroll for video  In an interview with DailyMail.com, Barstool Sports founder David Portnoy slammed the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell, claiming they wanted to resume play after Damar Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest on the field on January 2  Hamlin got on his feet briefly after making the tackle on Tee Higgins before falling backwards in shocking scenes as the Buffalo Bills played Cincinnati Bengals 'No, I don't think they handled it well....The right thing happened, they...
    Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin was released from the hospital Monday, a week after he suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed on the field during Monday Night Football. University of Cincinnati Health Center physicians said Hamlin flew back to Buffalo this morning. “Mr. Hamlin has been released and returned to Buffalo. I traveled with him to the airport this morning with our UC Health air care and mobile care crew, including teammates who were with us on the field when Mr. Hamlin collapsed,” Dr. William Knight, emergency medicine director, said in a video news conference. “I can confirm he is doing well and this is the beginning of the next stage of his recovery,” he continued. While pleased with Hamlin’s progress, Dr. Knight cautioned it’s “entirely too premature” to discuss when or if he will play again. “It’s that we’re really focused on his day-to-day recovery,” he said. Knight said the next step would be observing Hamlin “to ensure that there is no impact from the flight on his condition or on his lungs.” He is currently in a Buffalo...
    A WEEK on from going into cardiac arrest, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin has been released from hospital. Hamlin, 24, collapsed after tackling Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins in the first quarter of their Monday Night Football matchup in Cincinnati on January 2. 2Hamlin is back in BuffaloCredit: Getty 2NFL teams showed their support for Hamlin over the weekendCredit: Reuters Trainers swiftly began performing CPR on Hamlin on the field at Paycor Stadium before he was rushed to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. He woke up overnight on Friday and had his breathing tube removed in the early hours of the morning, according to Dr. William Knight and Dr. Timothy Pritts of the UC Medical Center. During a press conference on Monday, they also explained how Hamlin was walking assisted on Friday morning, and that he appears to be on a normal to accelerated trajectory on his road to recovery. Thankfully for Hamlin, who was able to watch the Bills beat the New England Patriots 35-23 on Sunday, the medical professionals also said that he has not suffered...
    PITTSBURGH STEELERS players drew criticism after appearing to perform a "classless" CPR celebration against Cleveland Browns. The incident occurred in the fourth quarter of the NFL Week 17 match-up at Acrisure Stadium. 3Pittsburgh Steelers players appeared to do a mock CPR celebration during Browns winCredit: Twitter @RCat79 3It came just days after Damar Hamlin needed CPR on the field after a cardiac arrestCredit: Twitter @RCat79 3The Steelers went on to win - but missed out on the postseasonCredit: AP Alex Highsmith broke through the Browns' offensive line to sack quarterback Deshaun Watson. The play all but closed out the game for the Steelers, who eventually won the contest 28-14. As Highsmith lay prone on the floor and breathing heavily, a teammate appeared to perform a mock CPR motion on his chest. It came just days after Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, 24, required CPR on the field following a cardiac arrest on Monday Night Football. READ MORE ON NFL'NO WAY' NFL fans stunned as Bills share 'mind-blowing' stat that gives them 'goosebumps''MORAL HORROR' Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest...
    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...
    Miami Dolphins kicker Jason Sanders had been maligned over the past two seasons for missing field goals of 50 yards or more. He was 1 of 5 this season entering the regular-season finale and 2 of 6 last season on such kicks. But with the Dolphins needing him to make one from exactly 50 yards to send them to the playoffs for the first time since 2016, Sanders nailed it. Miami, adding a safety on the Jets’ final play, beat the New York Jets, 11-6, and with the New England Patriots falling to the Buffalo Bills, sealed its spot in the playoffs. “I owed the guys one,” Sanders said. “I didn’t expect it to come in the last game of the season, but I felt like I owed the guys a big kick and just happy to get it in.” With nothing but field goals scored in a 6-6 tie until the final minute, Sanders felt the game could be coming down to him as the Dolphins possessed the ball and were driving around midfield. Then, New York’s Quinnen Williams...
    After scoring a touchdown, Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown gifted the football to assistant athletic trainer Denny Kellington, who performed life-saving CPR to Damar Hamlin. The Buffalo Bills and the entire NFL celebrated safety Damar Hamlin, who is on the mend after suffering cardiac arrest in the team’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals this past Monday. After being transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in critical condition. In the days since, the updates became more promising, including Hamlin having a breathing tube removed and communicating with his family and teammates. Ahead of the Bills’ game against the New England Patriots, the team honored their training staff for helping out Hamlin during his serious medical situation. One member of the staff who has received unanimous praise is assistant athletic trainer Denny Kellington, who performed lifesaving CPR to Hamlin on the field at Paycor Stadium for nearly 10 minutes. In the third quarter, wide receiver John Brown made a huge 42-yard reception for the touchdown to extend Buffalo’s lead to 28-17. As Brown was on the sideline, he spotted...
    The Dolphins needed two things to happen Sunday to make the playoffs. One of them, Buffalo beating New England, was happening, 35-23, as the Dolphins and Jets were tied late in the fourth quarter. That led to the second one coming off and the Dolphins pulled it out with a field goal in their 11-6 win against the New York Jets. Here are 10 thoughts on the game: 1. Play of the game: Jason Sanders kicks a 50-yard field goal with 18 seconds left. What else? He was one-for-five on kicks of 50 yards or more this season, but came through on the biggest one of the year. That ended an eight-play, 32-yard drive on a day yards were tough to come by. How hard? Mike Gesicki was Dolphins leading receiver at four catches and 46 yards. The Jets broke their franchise record of 27 possessions without a TD (that started three games ago). 2. Dolphins vs. Buffalo III. Yes, it’s back to Buffalo for the playoffs. These team split two close games this year, suggesting their third game would...
    It was a perfect start following a turbulent week. Bills running back Nyheim Hines returned a 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the opening moments of Sunday’s Week 18 matchup against the New England Patriots. The return electrified Highmark Stadium filled with fans supporting Damar Hamlin — who continues to make progress but remains in critical condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. The kickoff return took place moments after Hamlin’s teammates ran onto the field holding “3″ flags that waved in the air during a pre-game tribute. Countless fans attending the game were seen with signs supporting Hamlin. “This is storybook,” CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz exclaimed before Hines ran into the end zone just 14 seconds into the game. Hines continued to add to the storybook tale after he scored a second kickoff return TD in the third quarter. With his team trailing 17-14, Hines returned a kickoff 101 yards to give the Bills the lead. Hamlin’s neurological function was described as “excellent” by doctors on Saturday. The safety has made progress since suffering a cardiac arrest...
    It was a perfect start following a turbulent week. Bills running back Nyheim Hines returned a 96-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the opening moments of Sunday’s Week 18 matchup against the New England Patriots. The return electrified Highmark Stadium filled with fans supporting Damar Hamlin — who continues to make progress but remains in critical condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. The kickoff return took place moments after Hamlin’s teammates ran onto the field holding “3″ flags that waved in the air during a pre-game tribute. Countless fans attending the game were seen with signs supporting Hamlin. “This is storybook,” CBS broadcaster Jim Nantz exclaimed before Hines ran into the end zone just 14 seconds into the game. Hamlin’s neurological function was described as “excellent” by doctors on Saturday. The safety has made progress since suffering a cardiac arrest during a Monday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The game was postponed with 5:58 remaining in the first quarter after Hamlin tackled Bengals receiver Tee Higgins, then collapsed on the field. Hamlin received CPR on...
    Damar Hamlin claimed there is 'nothing he wants more than to be running out of the tunnel' with his teammates as the Buffalo Bills prepared for their first game since the safety's cardiac arrest Sunday.   The 24-year-old has continued to make positive progress since collapsing on the field during the first quarter of the Bills' game against the Cincinnati Bengals Monday night. Ahead of Buffalo's Week 18 game against the New England Patriots at 1pm Sunday, Hamlin took to Twitter to support his teammates.  GameDay.. Nothing I Want More Than To Be Running Out That Tunnel With My Brothers. God Using Me In A Different Way Today. Tell Someone You Love Them Today! ????????3️⃣ let’s go @BuffaloBills ❤️???? pic.twitter.com/XgA7S3Bpvn— ???????????????????? ???????????????????????? (@HamlinIsland) January 8, 2023 Damar Hamlin claimed there is 'nothing he wants more than to be running out of the tunnel' with his teammates as the Bills prepare to take to the field for the first time since his collapse RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ESPN analyst Bart Scott U-turns to insist Tee Higgins was......
    Damar Hamlin took to social media to thank the world for their thoughts and prayers. The 24-year-old remains in critical condition at University of Cincinnati Medical Center. “Putting love into the world comes back 3xs as much… thankful for everyone who has reached out and prayed. This will make me stronger on the road to recovery, keep praying for me!” In providing their daily update on Hamlin, the Bills said the player continues to breathe on his own but remains in critical condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Hamlin took a major step forward in his recovery on Friday when he was taken off a ventilator and showed an ability to speak. Hamlin’s neurological function was described as “excellent” by doctors on Saturday. The second-year safety had to be resuscitated on the field after tackling Bengals’ wide receiver Tee Higgins. Hamlin, out of Pitt, received CPR on the field for nearly nine minutes. The game against the Bengals on Monday Night Football was postponed with 5:58 remaining in the first quarter. The NFL announced that the game will...
    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...
    DAMAR HAMLIN posted on social media for the first time since collapsing on the field. The Buffalo Bills star remains in a critical condition after suffering a cardiac arrest. His condition is improving and he has been able to talk to friends, family and teammates again. And on Saturday he shared his first social media post since the horror ordeal. 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. READ MORE ON DAMAR HAMLINTOUCH OF CLASS Mahomes leads tributes to Hamlin with incredible sweatshirt as NFL returns'REMARKABLE' Buffalo Bills star awake and asked who won the game after cardiac arrest "We brung the world back together behind this. "If you know me you know this only gone make me stronger. "On a long road keep praying for me!" More to follow...For the latest news on this story, keep checking back at Sun Online.The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the...
    The Buffalo Bills take on the New England Patriots on Sunday in their first game back since safety Damar Hamlin suffered a frightening on-field cardiac arrest. His teary-eyed teammates were filmed praying and forming a protective cone around Hamlin on Monday night after he suddenly collapsed after making a crunching tackle. DailyMail.com spoke to several psychologists about whether the mental health effects of witnessing the incident will have a lasting effect this weekend as they face a fierce rival. Dr Leonard Jason, from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois, said he expects them to be tentative and fearful about aggressive tackles, with the horror scenes still present in their subconscious. An unnamed player's wife said she was worried about her spouse returning to the pitch, it was reported. Other players are also understood to be shaken. Pictured: Hamlin lying on the ground after the cardiac arrest on Monday night Allen (17) and the Buffalo Bills react as Hamlin is tended to on the field after a collision. One is shown clutching his face in shock while another appears crest-fallen Dr Jeffrey...
    The NFL announced Friday that every team in the league this weekend will honor Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who is awake and off his breathing tube after suffering a cardiac arrest vs. the Bengals on Monday. The football community has shown widespread support of Hamlin, with Robert Kraft, Tom Brady and Matthew Stafford among the many to donate to his GoFundMe, and now the NFL has rolled out a list of official options for teams to recognize the 24-year-old. The activations include a pregame moment of support, painting his No. 3 on each 30-yard line and wearing black T-Shirts displaying 'Love for Damar 3.' Damar Hamlin 's breathing tube has been removed in the latest sign of improvement RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Damar Hamlin thrills Bills teammates by flexing and saying... 'So we not following the rules no more': Bengals Joe Mixon... Former Steelers safety Ryan Clark wears a Damar Hamlin No. 3... Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay gives the joint-highest... Share this article Share The league has distributed...
    Damar Hamlin's breathing tube has been removed in the latest sign of improvement from the Buffalo Bills safety after he was resuscitated on the field in Cincinnati on Monday night after suffering a cardiac arrest. Hamlin started communicating to doctors on Thursday in writing, but had been prevented from speaking due to his breathing tube. With that removed, the 24-year-old has begun speaking at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, reports The Athletic's Shams Charania. 'A blessing,' Charania's tweet began. 'The breathing tube is out of Damar Hamlin as of this morning and he has begun talking to Buffalo Bills teammates again. Hamlin has had a breathing tube in body through his throat since Monday night, but no longer needs it and can breathe fully on his own.' Damar Hamlin 's breathing tube has been removed in the latest sign of improvement from the Buffalo Bills safety after he was resuscitated on the field in Cincinnati on Monday night after suffering a cardiac arrest 
    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...
    Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin woke up on Wednesday night and asked his bedside nurse in writing if his team had beaten the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night. “Did we win?” Hamlin wrote with a pen on a piece of paper on a clipboard. “Yes, Damar, you won. You won the game of life,” the nurse responded, according to University of Cincinnati Medical Center doctors. Hamlin is still in critical condition in the intensive care unit with a breathing tube down his throat. But he has made “remarkable improvement,” his “neurological condition and function is intact,” and he has “held many people’s hands,” Drs. William Knight and Timothy Pritts said Thursday. And those updates brought smiles to the faces of quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills on the practice field as they prepared for Sunday’s home finale against the Patriots. “We heard the news this morning, and there was nothing that could be told to us to bring our day down,” Allen said in his first comments since Monday’s traumatic incident. “We’ll be playing with, I guess, less heavy hearts...
    The NFL’s proposal for handling the playoffs in light of Monday Night Football’s cancelation means the Chiefs can win the No. 1 seed but not get home field. Roger Goodell and the NFL have proposed a solution to the cancelation of the Bills-Bengals game on Monday night. It could have a significant impact on the Chiefs and their pursuit of home field advantage in the AFC. It’s obviously a difficult situation for everyone involved. The reason for canceling the game was necessary. The Bills and Bengals couldn’t continue playing while Damar Hamlin, a teammate and peer, was fighting for his life in the hospital after collapsing on the field after a tackle. Staging the game at another time was not viable. “Cancelling the game between the Bills and Bengals creates potential competitive inequities in certain playoff scenarios,” the league said in a statement. “In an effort to mitigate those inequities, NFL clubs will consider tomorrow in a Special League Meeting a resolution recommended by the Commissioner and approved today by the Competition Committee…” That resolution could result in the...
    Getty Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier shared his initial reaction to the Damar Hamlin incident. The NFL world received some positive news on Thursday, January 5 in regard to the “remarkable” but ongoing recovery of Buffalo Bills’ second-year safety Damar Hamlin. But Hamlin’s on-field medical emergency on January 2 initially left football fans deeply shaken. Furthermore, the incident also unnerved current and former NFL players, including ex-Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier. In 2017, Shazier suffered a life-changing injury, not only on Monday Night Football like Hamlin did, but also on the very same field in Cincinnati. “I’m going to be honest, it was kind of scary to me but then also, me being in the situation where I was in a game, millions of people watching, a Monday Night game in Cincinnati, to me, it was almost surreal,” Shazier said in a video clip he released on Twitter on January 5. “My emotions were all over the place. “I understand that Damar’s situation is completely different than mine, but to be in a situation, on a Monday...
    ESPN’s NFL insider Adam Schefter on Thursday speculated that the postponed Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals game would not be picked back up, a theory that appears to have been proved true later in the afternoon after the AP reported via sources the league has made that decision. Schefter’s commentary expanded from the question of whether it would continue to explain the scenarios he thinks are possible, assuming the game is not continued, for how it will play out. The NFL postponed Monday night’s game between the Bills and the Bengals after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field after going into cardiac arrest. He received CPR and was rushed to a local Cincinnati hospital, where he was intubated and listed in critical condition. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo noting there would be no immediate resuming the game this week. On Thursday, Hamlin’s first question during his remarkable recovery was whether or not they won the game. But as the AP reported, that will not be something ultimately decided. ESPN’s Schefter was a guest on...
    Getty Bobby Wagner returns an interception on December 25, 2022. As the entire football world witnessed Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills collapse on the field in Cincinnati on January 2, Los Angeles Rams veteran linebacker Bobby Wagner was among the stunned onlookers — and reflected back to a moment he saw with a similar scare. That flashback from Wagner was on November 1, 2015 while with the Seattle Seahawks. “Obviously, praying for him and wanting him to be healthy and be safe and be good,” Wagner said of Hamlin while speaking with the L.A. media on Wednesday, January 4. “Like the rest of the world, kind of just waiting and seeing all the news that could come out.” Then the Rams captain recalled witnessing something similarly scary: “I was unfortunately part of something like this with Ricardo Lockette.”What Happened to Bobby Wagner’s Ex-Teammate Ricardo Lockette?Facing the Dallas Cowboys in 2015, Lockette was running down the field on punt coverage. Cowboys safety Jeff Heath, though, came in and squared up on Lockette, burying his shoulder into Lockette’s helmet. Read...
    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 appears to be "neurologically intact" as he continues his brave recovery from a cardiac arrest. The Buffalo Bills safety, 24, is awake after spending three days in ICU. 2Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is awake and 'neurologically intact' as he continues his brave recovery from a cardiac arrestCredit: Getty 2The NFL world has awaited the positive update ever since Hamlin collapsed in the matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals on January 2Credit: Getty Images - Getty On Thursday morning, the Bills said Hamlin had made "remarkable improvement over the past 24 hours." He remained in critical condition, but NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported Hamlin was responsive and could grip the hands of his loved ones. The football world had been awaiting an update this promising ever since the second-year safety collapsed in a January 2 matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals. Hamlin collided with Tee Higgins, 23, after a tackle on the Bengals wide receiver with just under six minutes left in the first quarter. Read more on Damar HamlinCAR DASH 'I knew he could hear me' - Hamlin's childhood...
    Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is “awake” and has shown “remarkable improvement” in the intensive care unit, teammate Kaiir Elam and the Buffalo Bills said Thursday morning. The Bills said “while still critically ill, he has demonstrated that he appears neurologically intact. His lungs continue to heal and he is making steady progress.” Elam tweeted that Hamlin was doing “better” and was “awake.” The Bills return to practice Thursday and are scheduled to speak to the media. NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport tweeted that Hamlin “opened his eyes last night and is responsive” and ESPN’s Coley Harvey tweeted on Thursday that Hamlin has been gripping the hands of family members while in the ICU. Hamlin has been at UC Medical Center intensive care unit since Monday night after he collapsed on the field and went into cardiac arrest. The 24-year-old had to be resuscitated on the field after tackling Bengals’ wide receiver Tee Higgins. The second-year safety out of Pitt received CPR on the field for nearly nine minutes. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Hamlin’s father, Mario Hamlin, addressed the...
    Aaron M. Sprecher via AP Doctors say Buffalo Bills Damar Hamlin has shown ‘remarkable improvement’ since he collapsed on the field Monday night against the Cincinnati Bengals. Hamlin went into cardiac arrest Monday night after a hit to his chest. He received CPR on the field and was rushed to a local Cincinnati hospital. He was intubated and was listed in critical condition. Thursday morning, the bills sent out an update. Per the physicians caring for Damar Hamlin at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, damar has sown remarkable improvement over the past 24 hours. pic.twitter.com/4Fyd2JZVLb — Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 5, 2023 This story is breaking. Have a tip we should know? tips@mediaite.com
    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...
    Several days after entering the hospital, good news was provided regarding Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin’s status. On Thursday morning, the first significantly positive news regarding Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin was released. According to a teammate, Kaiir Elam, Hamlin is awake. Our boy is doing better, awake and showing more signs of improvement. Thank you God. Keep the prayers coming please. All love 3! — Kaiir Elam (@kaiirelam5) January 5, 2023 Shortly after he Tweeted this, the Bills shared that Hamlin is “neurologically intact” and has shown “remarkable improvement” over the last 24 hours with “steady progress” continuing. His agency confirmed this. pic.twitter.com/4Fyd2JZVLb — Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 5, 2023 Damar Hamlin’s scary injury Damar Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest on Monday night in the first quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals. He received CPR on the field and was transported to the Cincinnati area’s only level 1 trauma center, where has has been since Monday. The game between the Bengals and Bills was postponed given the severity of the situation and the traumatic experience the players on the...
    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...