Damar Hamlin: Las Vegas Raiders & Kansas City Chiefs show support for NFL players

Damar Hamlin: Las Vegas Raiders & Kansas City Chiefs show support for NFL players

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes wears a custom red top with Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes wore a top in support of Damar Hamlin before the game

The Las Vegas Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs showed support for Damar Hamlin ahead of their first NFL game since the Buffalo Bills’ security collapsed.

He posted on Instagram on Saturday that “the love was overwhelming.”

Before their game, Raiders and Chiefs players wore black T-shirts with the words “Love for Damar” and a three – Hamlin’s shirt number.

The Bills have said Hamlin is making “continuous progress” but is in “critical condition”.

Hamlin added his Social media postExternal link: “When you send true love out into the world, it comes back to you three times as often.

“I am thankful for every single person who prayed for me and reached out.

“If you know me, you know that this will only make me stronger. On a long way – keep praying for me.”

Superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes wore a shirt with a graphic of the Bills player and the words “Hamlin strong” ahead of the Chiefs’ final regular season game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

Hamlin’s name and number were displayed on screens inside and outside the stadium, while the number three at the 30-yard mark was outlined in blue, one of the Bills’ colors.

The Bills will wear the number three patch on their jerseys when they host the New England Patriots in their first game since Hamlin’s collapse against the Bengals in Ohio on Sunday.

Hamlin had his breathing tube removed and in a tweet, the Bills quoted his doctors as saying his neurological function was intact and he could talk to his family and care team.

The number three is spray-painted with a blue outline in the color of the Buffalo Bills in honor of Damar HamlinThe number three on the 30-yard line will be outlined in either Bill’s blue or red all weekend

The NFL called off the Bills’ game against the Bengals following the incident.

NFL owners then approved changes to the AFC playoff structure, as the outcome of the game would have affected the playoff seeding as both teams had already secured postseason spots.

The Bills and Bengals’ post-season positions will be determined after the final round of play this weekend based on their winning percentage in their completed 16 games – instead of the full 17.

The AFC Championship game could be played at a neutral venue when the home side would normally have been decided by the outcome of the canceled game between the Bengals and Bills.

Hamlin, who was in the intensive care unit at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, attended a meeting with his team via Facetime on Friday and said “I love you guys.”

He went into cardiac arrest after attacking Bengal’s receiver, Tee Higgins. Hamlin fell to the ground after the collision on his back and received medical attention on the field for more than 30 minutes, being resuscitated once, according to the player’s friend and marketing agent Jordon Rooney.

Since the accident, support has sprung for the Bills player as a sophomore.

A GoFundMe page for a toy fundraiser started by Hamlin has amassed more than $7million (£5.9million).

Several NFL players have donated to the cause, including Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson.

Hamlin was drafted into the NFL in 2021 from the University of Pittsburgh, where he played college football.

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