Buffalo Bills: Damar Hamlin back in the NFL? General Manager Beane gives update

How is Bills safety Damar Hamlin doing about two and a half months after going into cardiac arrest in the game against the Cincinnati Bengals? General manager Brandon Beane gives an update in front of U.S. journalists.

It has been two and a half months since Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest and had to be resuscitated on the field in the Week 17 Monday Night Game between his Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals.

How is the safety doing today? After several public appearances – including being in the stadium at the Super Bowl – the Bills’ general manager has now spoken out about Hamlin’s condition.

Brandon Beane told US journalists that the 24-year-old is “in good shape” and has “every intention of playing”. While he still has a few doctor’s appointments to attend, things are “trending in the right direction. “

Hamlin wants back in the NFL

Not the first good news on the NFL pro’s condition. As early as last month, NFLPA players’ union medical director Dr. Thom Mayer expressed on “SiriusXM Doctor Radio”, “I guarantee you Damar Hamlin will be back playing professional football again. “

According to NFL medical director Allen Sills, league consultants will sit down with Hamlin, his family and agents at the appropriate time to explain potential risks.

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