The Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans play the biggest game of their seasons tonight.
The winner advances to the playoffs as the AFC South champion. The season of the loser ends.
Before the game, the two teams met in the center of the field for a group prayer.
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Each “3” on the 30-yard lines of each NFL stadium has been highlighted in red in honor of Hamlin’s uniform number with the Buffalo Bills. All players and coaches also have the option of wearing a warm-up jersey that says “Love for Damar” with their number 3.
The Bills will wear No. 3 patches, and stadiums across all sports have displayed a message showing their thoughts. Each game will also have a “support moment,” encouraging fans to cheer on Hamlin and his family.
DAMAR HAMLIN MAKES FIRST PUBLIC COMMENTS SINCE CARDIAC ARREST: ‘LOVE HAS BEEN OVERWHELMING’
Hamlin has improved significantly in recent days since going into cardiac arrest on the field during Monday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. He underwent CPR on the field for nine minutes and medical staff used a defibrillator.
Hamlin made his first public comments Saturday in an Instagram post.
“When you put true love out into the world, it comes back to you 3 times over…” he said. “The love has been overwhelming, but I’m grateful for every person who prayed for me and reached out. We rallied the world behind this. If you know me, you know this only made me stronger. In a long way.” Please keep praying for me!”
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When Hamlin first woke up earlier this week, he asked doctors, in writing, who won Monday’s game, learning it had been postponed before it was later cancelled. He was also able to talk to his teammates on Friday and tell them that he loved them.
Over $8 million has been donated to his charity’s toy drive which originally had a goal of $2,500.