Bills' Hamlin faces long recovery, family spokesman tells AP
Remarkable as Damar Hamlin’s recovery has been, the Buffalo Bills safety still faces a lengthy rehabilitation some three weeks after going into cardiac arrest and needing to be resuscitated on the field during a game in Cincinnati, his marketing representative told The Associated Press on Thursday night. “Damar still requires oxygen and is having his heart monitored regularly to ensure there are no setbacks or after effects,” Jordon Rooney said. “Though he is able to visit the team’s facility, Damar is not in position to travel often, and requires additional rest to help his body heal.”news.yahoo.com
Bengals’ Tee Higgins opens up about Damar Hamlin incident, says he’s ‘in a good place’ following latest update
Cincinnati Bengals wideout Tee Higgins opened up with reporters on Thursday for the first time since Damar Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest after tackling Higgins on the field Monday.foxnews.com
Cowboys’ Micah Parsons fiercely defends Tee Higgins after Bart Scott suggests blame in Damar Hamlin incident
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons jumped to the defense of Tee Higgins on Tuesday after ex-NFL player Scott Bart suggested he was in part to blame for the Damar Hamlin incident.foxnews.com
EXPLAINER: What happened to Damar Hamlin?
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest after making a tackle during Monday night’s game, causing the NFL to suspend a pivotal game against the Cincinnati Bengals that quickly lost significance in the aftermath of a scary scene that unfolded in front of a national television audience.
NFL, sports world reaction to injury to Bills' Damar Hamlin
Many fellow NFL players and teams and others in the sports world and beyond quickly offered their support and prayers on social media for Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who the NFL said was in critical condition at a hospital after collapsing on the field during Monday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Burrow tops Mahomes again, rallies Bengals past Chiefs 27-24
Joe Burrow threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, Samaje Perine rushed for a season-high 106 yards and the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Kansas City Chiefs 27-24 in their first meeting since the Bengals prevailed in last season’s AFC championship game.
The Latest: Derrick Henry has 5th-best season in NFL history
___7:07 p.m.Derrick Henry has become the eighth man in NFL history to run for at least 2,000 yards in a single season. Henry came into Sunday’s regular season finale needing 223 yards rushing to become the second man in franchise history to reach 2,000. Henry came in with 1,777 yards rushing this season, and he now is 88 yards away from becoming the eighth man in NFL history to run for 2,000 yards. The Titans lead Houston 17-9 at halftime with NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry running for 113 yards and a touchdown in the first half. The Green Bay Packers have set an NFL season record for second-quarter points.