Damar Hamlin continues to make progress with his neurological function ‘excellent’ and is still breathing on his own, doctors say – but the Buffalo Bills player remains in critical condition after cardiac arrest
Damar Hamlin‘s neurological function is said to be ‘excellent’ as the Buffalo Bills safety continues to make progress following his on-field cardiac arrest on Monday.
The 24-year-old has shown encouraging signs in recent days and doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center provided an update Saturday afternoon.
The Bills released the details, with the statement on their official Twitter account reading: ‘Per the physicians at UC Medical Center, Damar is making continued progress in his recovery yet remains in critical condition.
Damar Hamlin ‘s neurological function is said to be ‘excellent,’ doctors said on Saturday
‘He continues to breathe on his own and his neurological function is excellent.’
The Bills were given a big surprise on Friday when Hamlin spoke to them via FaceTime, saying ‘love you boys’ and flexing his arm muscles following the removal of his breathing tube.