The NFL world was left shocked when Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin lay unconscious on the field after going into cardiac arrest on the football field against the Cincinnati Bengals on January 2nd. The player was carted off the field and the game was put on hold as Hamlin fought for his life.
However, the Bills player made a remarkable recovery and is now back on his feet. While it’s unclear whether Hamlin will be able to play football again, he has been making multiple appearances at NFL events in the run-up to Super Bowl LVII.
Now he also showed up at the big game to cheer on his dear friend and Eagles star Miles Sanders. Not only that, Hamlin also showed up with the first responders, who played a key role in saving his life that fateful day.
Hamlin participated in the 2023 NFLPA Awards at Wednesday’s Super Bowl ceremony, and even won the Alan Page Community Award.