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The Monday Night Football game between the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Benglas has been temporarily suspended following a scary moment in the first quarter.

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin made a tackle on Cincinnati wide receive Tee Higgens. After getting to his feet, Hamlin falls backward. When ESPN returned to the broadcast, it appeared Hamlin was receiving CPR.

After another commercial break or two, Joe Buck announced Hamlin had indeed been receiving CPR.

You can see the incident here:

Hamlin is in his second season. He played collegiately at Pittsburgh.



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