BREAKING NEWS: Damar Hamlin speaks publicly for the first time since suffering on-field cardiac arrest playing for the Buffalo Bills against the Cincinnati Bengals on January 2
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Recovering NFL star Damar Hamlin has talked publicly for the first time since suffering a cardiac arrest during the Buffalo Bills Monday Night Football Game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The 24-year-old promised fans they would ‘hear from his soon’ and he sent out a message Saturday night, speaking publicly for the first time since the terrifying moment on field.
‘I’m so thankful to everybody and I know that it isn’t enough just to be thankful,’ Hamlin said via his social media channels.
Damar Hamlin has talked publicly for the first time since suffering on-field cardiac arrest
Hamlin (left) had a cardiac arrest after a tackle playing against the Bengals back on January 2
Bills safety Hamlin was released from hospital in Buffalo and continues his recovery at home
‘This is just the beginning of the impact that I wanted to have on the world and with God’s guidance I will continue to do wonderful and great things.
‘I couldn’t do this without any of the support and the love and I can’t wait to continue to take y’all on this journey with me.’
The short message from the full video lasting five minutes and 48 seconds was captioned by the Bills safety: ‘From The Heart – Sincerely 3.’
More to follow
Hamlin was administered CPR on the field and was taken by ambulance to a Cincinnati hospital
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