Damar Hamlin in critical condition after suffering cardiac arrest; Bills-Bengals postponed
Buffalo defensive back Damar Hamlin was critically injured during a Monday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest following a tackle during the game.
His heartbeat was restored on the field and he was transported to a hospital for further treatment.
Hamlin is currently sedated and listed in critical condition.
The cause of his cardiac arrest is unknown.
The game was indefinitely postponed following the incident.
Hamlin was administered CPR on the field by medical personnel and teammates.
The NFL has not yet made plans to play the game.
The Bills returned to their team facility in New York early Tuesday morning, with a few players remaining with Hamlin in Cincinnati.
The cause of Hamlin's injury is currently unknown.
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