Damar Hamlin tweets support for Bills ahead of Wild Card game

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Damar Hamlin is ready for some football.

The Buffalo Bills safety, who was recovering from a mid-game cardiac arrest that shook the sports world, tweeted Sunday that he will be watching his teammates as they take on the Miami Dolphins in the wild card round.

“My heart is with my boys as they compete today!” Hamlin wrote, accompanied by a video of him throwing his gloves and high-fives fans. “Support from home as I focus on my recovery. I want nothing more than to be out there with them!”

On Saturday, Hamlin visited his teammates at the Bills’ facility, days after he was released from the Buffalo General Medical Center/Gates Vascular Institute, where he had been undergoing testing since he left the University of Cincinnati Medical after his daunting assignment on the field Center had been collapsed.

The Bills have gathered around Hamlin, who has quickly recovered from the incident. Buffalo won its final game of the regular season against the Patriots on a game-opening kickoff return for a touchdown by running back Nyheim Hines.

The 24-year-old’s reaction to the emotional score in the Cincinnati intensive care unit caused a stir, according to Hamlin’s doctors.

    Safety Damar Hamlin #31 of the Buffalo Bills leaves the field
Damar Hamlin tweeted that he would be watching his Bills teammates take on the Dolphins on Sunday afternoon.
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“Once the opening kickoff rolled back, he jumped up and down, got out of his chair and, I think, turned off every alarm in the ICU,” said Dr. Timothy Pritts, Chief of General Surgery Monday.

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