Damar Hamlin Woke Up . . . And Asked Who Won the Game?

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is awake and communicating . . . but only on paper. He can't speak yet, because he's still on a ventilator.



But Wednesday night, he asked doctors who won Monday night's game. Doctors told him, quote, "You won the game of life."



Yesterday, Damar's rep said he's making steady progress and has shown, quote, "remarkable improvement over the past 24 hours. He also appears to be, quote, "neurologically intact."



However, he's still in critical condition and still has "a ways to go" in his recovery.



The NFL announced yesterday that the Bills and Bengals will NOT replay the game. Both teams are already in the playoffs, so that won't be affected. Officials are meeting today to figure out seeding and other issues.



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Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is showing signs of improvement in a Cincinnati hospital, according to an uncle who spoke to the NFL Network yesterday.



Dorrian Glenn said Hamlin is still in intensive care and still sedated, but has improved to 50% oxygen on a ventilator . . . down from 100% when they brought him in.



He added, quote, "I'm thankful that he's still here, he's still alive, and he's still fighting. We're just taking it day by day and continue to let the medical staff do what they do."



Hamlin went into cardiac arrest after tackling Bengals receiver Tee Higgins during the first quarter of Monday night's game.



On a related note, the GoFundMe for Hamlin's toy drive surpassed $5 MILLION yesterday. 



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The Superdome and other stadiums around the country were showing their support last night!

Here is what Niagara Falls looked like last night


Last night's "Monday Night Football" game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals was postponed after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field in the first quarter.

Hamlin had just tackled receiver Tee Higgins. 

He hopped back to his feet, then fell straight backward. CPR was administered for several minutes before Hamlin was taken by ambulance to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

As of last night, he was in critical condition, but there's still no word about what happened. Hamlin is 24 years old.



Around 10:00 p.m. Eastern, the decision was made NOT to resume the game, which the Bengals were leading 7 to 3. There's no word yet on rescheduling or resuming.  

Bills receiver Stefon Diggs took an uber to the hospital to be with Hamlin.

 A cop on the site almost didn't let him in. Luckily, an ESPN reporter was there to vouch for him.



If anything good can be said to have come from this, here it is: Hamlin raised money for a toy drive on GoFundMe. His goal was $2,500 . . . but as of last night, it had received well over A MILLION DOLLARS in donations.


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