In a show of support for Damar Hamlin, every NFL team swapped out his Twitter avatar photos for a graphic featuring the safety’s No. 3 jersey.
Hamlin went into cardiac arrest during a Buffalo Bills game Monday night. As of Tuesday, the 24-year-old remains in intensive care at a Cincinnati hospital.
Each profile photo also includes the message “Pray for Damar.”
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The NFL’s Twitter account shared a video of the profiles of all 32 teams after the change to Hamlin’s jersey number was made with the caption “Football is family.”
The league has announced that play between the Bills and Bengals “will not resume this week” and that no decision has been made “regarding the potential resumption of play at a later date.”
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The Bills released an update Tuesday afternoon saying, “Damar Hamlin spent last night in the intensive care unit and remains there today in critical condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. We are grateful for the outpouring of support.” that we have received so far”. .”
Hamlin’s family issued a statement thanking the medical staff, coaches, the Bills organization and fans who donated to Damar’s toy drive foundation. Donations to the toy drive fund have now exceeded $4 million.
“On behalf of our family, we want to express our sincere gratitude for the love and support shown to Damar during this difficult time. We are deeply moved by the prayers, kind words and donations from fans across the country,” says the release.
The NHL’s Buffalo Sabers also changed their Twitter avatar to photos of the safety’s jersey number with “Pray for Damar” written across the top.
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The team also shared a video with players wearing jerseys that read “Love for 3.”