Dawson Knox delivers message to Damar Hamlin after TD vs. Patriots; Here’s Hamlin’s response

    Orchard Park, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills took a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter Sunday against the New England Patriots when quarterback Josh Allen fired a laser over the middle to tight end Dawson Knox.

    Knox immediately popped up and sent some love to injured Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who’s watching the game from his hospital room in Cincinnati, Ohio.

    Knox made a heart gesture with both of his hands, a signature move of Hamlin. Running back Devin Singletary joined the celebration by throwing up three fingers on both hands in honor of Hamlin, who wears no. 3.

    The Bills honored Hamlin before the game as several players carried flags with his name and number written on both sides. Hamlin has made tremendous progress after his heart stopped last Monday night after a collision with Bengals receiver Tee Higgins. He woke up Wednesday night and was able to talk by Friday morning. He posted a photo of himself and his parents from his hospital bed before the Bills game began.

    After Knox threw up the heart sign, Hamlin tweeted: “I love you too.”

    Buffalo scored its first touchdown on the very first play of the game when Nyheim Hines took the opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown. The stadium was shaking as Hines lept into the front row behind the end zone to celebrate with Bills fans.


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