Bills Hamlin In Video Speaks Publicly For First Time, ‘Thank You’

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who has made a remarkable recovery went into cardiac arrest on the football field Jan. 2, said he chose to wait to talk about the ordeal until his team's season was over.

  • Hamlin, in the six-minute video released Saturday night, also said he need time to talk with the public because his near-fatal experience was a lot to process mentally, physically, and spiritually.
  • Hamlin also expressing his gratitude and appreciation for the outpouring of support and thanked those who helped save his life.before thanking an extensive amount of people and groups.
  • “Ever since I became a Buffalo Bill, it’s been nothing but genuine love and support. Not even only for me, but everyone’s situation,” Hamlin said. “No matter what it was, Bills Mafia jumped behind it and gave 110% support, love, no matter the situation. With this happening to me, I didn’t feel anything short of the love. And it really helped me stay encouraged to get through the toughest moments and the toughest times. I really can’t thank you enough.”
  • Hamlin went into cardiac arrest after making a tackle on a Cincinnati Bengal receiver during ta “Monday Night Football” game. He had to be revived on the field, the game was suspended and never resumed.
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