Damar Hamlin posts first Instagram post since chilling on-field meltdown

Damar Hamlin posts first Instagram post since chilling on-field meltdown

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Luckily, Damar Hamlin’s health has improved dramatically… so much so that the guy is actually back on social media… and his message is one of gratitude and thanks.

The security of Bills – who has been treated in hospital for several days following his horrific collapse on the pitch – posted back to IG for the first time since the life-threatening incident. He compiled photographs of himself, apparently from the fateful day in question.

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The final slide in his 4-image post shows a quote doctors allegedly told him when he finally woke up and spoke alone. It’s the “you win” line that resonated with him.

Damar adds, “When you send real love out into the world, it comes back to you three times as much. We brought the world back together behind it. If you know me, you know this is gone only makes me stronger. Keep praying for me on a long way!”

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His message follows his team and provides another encouraging update on his condition. They said he was making steady progress but remained in intensive care – noting that he was breathing unaided and that his neurological function was excellent.

This turnaround is nothing short of a miracle considering we now know his heart failed twice…and required immediate resuscitation both on the griddle and in the hospital.

Since his injury, Damar has received a spate of support in various forms — including on the charity front … totaling millions of dollars donated to a GFM project he hosted over the holidays.

Seems he took note of that and all the other congratulations were sent to him. A good sign.

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