Damar Hamlin Back At Bills' Facility 'Almost Daily,' Coach Sean McDermott Says


Damar Hamlin is continuing to make huge strides in his road to recovery … Bills head coach Sean McDermott said the defensive back is now at Buffalo’s practice facility “almost daily,” and nearing a return to team meetings and more.

McDermott provided the good news in a Wednesday chat with media members … saying Hamlin has recovered enough from his medical emergency two and a half weeks ago to the point where he’s now “just trying to get back to a little bit of a routine.”

“It’s limited just overall,” the Bills’ head man said … explaining Hamlin isn’t quite ready for meetings or a full day of work just yet. “Just getting himself acclimated again and taking it one step, one baby step at a time here.”

As we reported, Hamlin went into cardiac arrest on Jan. 2 during the Bills vs. Bengals “Monday Night Football” game … but has steadily improved over the last couple weeks.

He’s been up, walking and talking … though he’s yet to attend a Bills game since his release from the hospital. But, he’s watched his teammates intently from home, even tweeting his thoughts on Buffalo’s playoff game against the Dolphins last Sunday throughout the contest.

It’s not yet clear if he’ll make it to the sidelines to catch the Bills’ huge playoff game against Cincinnati on Sunday … McDermott stressed it’s a day-by-day process for the 24-year-old.

“[He’s] just kind of getting himself — dipping his toe back in here,” McDermott said, “and, you know, getting on the road to just getting back to himself.”

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