Damar Hamlin says he is thankful for the prayers in first Instagram post since injury


Orchard Park, New York — new Dummer Hamlin’s Instagram Post He says the love was “overwhelming,” but he is grateful to everyone who prayed and reached out for him.

Here’s the full caption:

When you put true love out into the world, it comes back to you in triple the amount. Love has been overwhelming, but I am grateful to everyone who prayed for me and reached out. If you know me, you know this only makes me stronger. It’s a long road, keep praying for me!

Hamlin also tweeted to thank everyone who prayed for him.

Doctors called Dumar Hamlin’s neurological function “excellent” on Saturday as the Buffalo Bills’ safety continues his recovery after being forced to resuscitate him on the field in a game in Cincinnati on Monday. Stated.

In providing a daily update on Hamlin, Bills said the player continues to breathe on his own but is in critical condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Hamlin took a big step in his recovery when he was taken off the ventilator on Friday and demonstrated the ability to speak.

The 24-year-old also appeared in a short live video conference for his teammates on Friday, giving several hand signs and saying, “I love you boys.

Hamlin went into cardiac arrest after what appeared to be a routine tackle in the first quarter against the Bengals on Monday night, causing his heart to stop. The game was initially suspended before being officially canceled later in the week.

By hosting the New England Patriots, the Bills plan to pay tribute to the first responders and medical staff who treated Hamlin and the players as they wrapped up the season on Sunday.

The NFL will also show support for Hamlin in all Week 18 games starting Saturday afternoon. This includes a pregame support moment, Hamlin’s No. 3 paint at the 30-yard line, and a pregame shirt with “Love for Dummer 3.” Bills also wears a “3” jersey patch.

On Saturday, the Steelers paid tribute to Pittsburgh-area native Hamlin by delivering toys, books, and educational materials to Kelly. & Nina’s Daycare hosts an annual toy drive for players. Fans, players and team owners also donated to Hamlin’s Chasing M’s Foundation, which by Saturday afternoon had raised more than $8.2 million.


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Written by Natalia Chi

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