Bills refuse to rule out Damar Hamlin being at Highmark Stadium for Bengals playoff
Bills head coach Sean McDermott has refused to rule out the possibility of Damar Hamlin watching Sunday's divisional round playoff game against the Bengals from Highmark Stadium.
The two teams met Week 17 but the game was not completed after Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest and had to be resuscitated on the field.
The 24-year-old faces a lengthy recovery as he recovers at home - and his family spokesperson said he 'still requires oxygen' - but the prospect of him attending an emotional reunion between the teams in the playoffs has not been ruled out just yet.
'We're just going at Damar's cadence,' head coach McDermott told reporters Friday.
'It's what he needs, and how we can help him. We're just trying to be there for him and walk at his pace.'
Hamlin spent more than a week in the hospital, part of that time in critical condition, before eventually being able to return home after making encouraging progress.
Since being released Hamlin has visited the Bills' training facility almost on a daily basis, according to team personnel, but his recovery is expected to take a long time.
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