The buffalo bills gathered as a team for a group prayer following a horrifying scene during Monday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals that saw second-year safety Damar Hamlin carried off the field in an ambulance after a terrifying hit in the first half.
Players from both teams surrounded Hamlin after he collapsed on the field following a tackle on Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins with 5:58 remaining in the fourth.
Hamlin reportedly received CPR and oxygen before being taken off the field in an ambulance.
BILLS’ DAMAR HAMLIN COLLAPSES ON THE FIELD, MEDICAL STAFF APPEARS TO ADMINISTER CPR
bills quarterback jose allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs looked excited amid the uncertainty. Bills head coach Sean McDermott was seen on the broadcast gathering his team for a group prayer.
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The game was delayed for 23 minutes before the NFL announced that play was temporarily suspended.
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The players from both teams then returned to their respective changing rooms.