DAMAR HAMLIN MADE OVERNIGHT PROGRESS, ESPN SAYS!

By Wendy Burke

ESPN is reporting that doctors saw promising signs of progress overnight from Damar Hamlin, who remained hospitalized in critical condition this morning.

Jordon Rooney, a friend and business partner of the Bills safety told ESPN’s Coley Harvey that Hamlin is still in the intensive care unit at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, less than two days after he went into cardiac arrest on the field during the Bills’ game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Rooney told ESPN that Hamlin is still sedated, but doctors saw promising readings overnight from Hamlin that they had hoped to see by Wednesday morning. Hamlin’s agent, Ron Butler, told ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler on Tuesday night that Hamlin’s oxygen levels had improved.

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