The NFL suspended Monday night’s down between the Bison Bills and Cincinnati Bengals after Bills security Damar Hamlin fell on the field and left in an emergency vehicle.
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A date for continuing the game has yet to be reported.
In an explanation from the NFL, association chief Roger Goodell said: “Hamlin got immediate clinical consideration in the field by group and free clinical staff and neighborhood paramedics. He was moved to a neighborhood clinic where he is in basic condition.”
“Our contemplations are with Damar and the Bison Bills. We will give more data as it opens up,” the NFL said.
“The NFLPA and everybody locally is petitioning God for Damar Hamlin,” the NFL Players Affiliation said in an explanation. “We have been in contact with Bills and Bengals players and the NFL. The main thing that matters currently is Damar’s well-being and prosperity.”
Hamlin, 24, fell in the principal quarter after crashing into Bengals collector Tee Higgins. After completing a tackle on Higgins, Hamlin stood straightforwardly up and moved forward before stopping and falling in reverse.
Bills players motioned toward the sidelines promptly for help from their preparation staff. Hamlin was down for around 10 minutes, with clinical staff seeming to give Hamlin CPR before he was removed from the field.
Players from the two groups accumulated around him, the two sides looking distressed. The Bills group accumulated in a gathering supplication as he was removed.