Editor’s Note: Hmm…who knows the “real story” of Damar Hamlin’s “injury” while playing earlier this month.
Did “The Jab”, taken a week earlier , cause cardiac issues for Hamlin during the game? No one seriously believes his cardiac event to be related to a tackle event at “just” the right moment.
Or…is the real Hamlin now relaxing on a beach somewhere enjoying a pina colada from the over $6M donated to his toy fund, while a clone appears in public. Let’s keep in mind the unmarked empty ambulance on the field with no view of public CPR. Tre convenient!
Perhaps the “real” Damar is really recovering from a real injury, and if so… he is wished a speedy recovery. If instead, Damar has agreed to play a trick on society, all will become exposed as the need for truth washes over our society, allowing us to know the truth, from which we will BE in…
Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest on January 2, per CNN. If you recall, the Buffalo Bills player collapsed on the field after tackling Cincinnati Bengals player Tee Higgins. Thankfully, the team’s medical personnel immediately jumped into acting performing CPR on Hamlin for nine minutes to restore his heartbeat — actions which Hamlin’s doctors have credited with saving his life, per Fox News. Hamlin was then transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where he spent nine days, before being transferred to the Buffalo General Medical Center, per the Bills’ Twitter.
Prior to his initial release, Hamlin’s doctors shared optimistic updates about his progress. After just a few days he was finally breathing on his own after previously being intubated. He was also functioning neurologically. “It’s not only that the lights are on,” shared Dr. Pitts (via Self). “We know that he’s home. It appears all the cylinders are firing within his brain.” By January 14, Hamlin had been discharged from the Buffalo Medical center and was even able to surprise his teammates at their training facility, per ESPN.
Naturally, Hamlin’s phenomenal progress has fans wondering whether or not he’ll be able to return to the field any time soon. Unfortunately, Hamlin’s family just shared that his recovery may be a bit more complicated than originally thought.
Damar Hamlin may be on the mend, but his recovery is far from over, per the Associated Press. “Damar still requires oxygen and is having his heart monitored regularly to ensure there are no setbacks or after effects,” shared Hamlin’s marketing rep. “Though he is able to visit the team’s facility, Damar is not in a position to travel often, and requires additional rest to help his body heal.” In spite of his challenges, Hamlin “remains very upbeat and grateful for the support he’s received from his teammates and coaches, Bills Mafia and people from around the world.”