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Buffalo Bills defensive back Antonio Brown Gets Fired Back by Damar Hamlin

The Buffalo Bills safety wasn’t having any of the offensive jokes made about Damar Hamlin by former NFL receiver Antonio Brown on X.

Antonio Brown, a former NFL receiver, has been in the headlines lately for all the wrong reasons. His most recent antics, which were intended to make fun of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, quickly sparked backlash.

Brown replied to a post on X from someone who had asked about “a fictional character’s death that you have not gotten over.” Brown tagged Hamlin in a photo that he uploaded.

After a little more than half an hour, Hamlin responded directly, criticizing Brown’s transformation from the end of his playing days. He added that Brown had been contacting him directly through social media.

“You just [direct message] me on Monday?”On X, Hamlin wrote. You must be having fun on Twitter because I haven’t responded to your direct messages. I beseech God to keep me from ever becoming a burned-out old fool like you. I used to really look up to you and think you were pretty s*** sad. Bring back the original AB, talk about a clone!”

Brown was alluding to Hamlin’s 2022 season near-death encounter. Hamlin suffered a heart arrest on January 2, 2023, following a tackle on Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins. Before his heartbeat returned, the Bills’ medical staff had to perform CPR on him for a few minutes. After that, he was transported in an ambulance to a nearby hospital. After what transpired with Hamlin, the game was called off.

Despite playing little as the Bills managed to stay relatively healthy throughout the previous season at safety, Hamlin went on to make a full comeback.

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Whether or whether Brown was attempting to make a joke, mocking someone who was on the verge of death was never going to go over well with Hamlin, and this is only the most recent example.

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Following a neck injury that required the running back to be evacuated by ambulance to the hospital on Sunday night, Damien Harris is trending positively, according to preliminary testing, which Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott expressed relief over.

After a 14-9 victory over the New York Giants, McDermott stated, “I understand he has full movement.” It’s fortunate that, based on the information we are receiving, he appears to be headed in the right path. Therefore, I give God a lot of thanks for that.

Josh Allen, the quarterback, was reportedly tested for a throwing shoulder issue, but results showed no harm, according to McDermott.

After getting injured in the second quarter, Harris gave a thumbs-up gesture with his left hand as he was being placed into the ambulance. After being tackled by linebacker Bobby Okereke on a 1-yard gain up the middle to convert a third-and-1 situation, he laid motionless on his back on the grass for a few minutes.

Okereke seems to take a direct shot to his left shoulder from Harris’ helmet. Players from the two teams crowded around him on the field, causing the game to be delayed for around five minutes.

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Trainers and medical personnel from the Bills hurried from the sidelines to respond to Harris in front of a silent, capacity crowd at Highmark Stadium. The Bills players, still haunted by the near-death experience of Buffalo safety Damar Hamlin, watched with worried expressions on their faces.

But on January 2, during the first quarter of a game in Cincinnati, Hamlin went into cardiac arrest and needed to be revived on the field, requiring CPR. Harris was placed on a board and rendered immobile without the need for CPR.

When Harris lifted his thumb to get into the ambulance, everyone cheered.

Before joining the Bills this offseason via free agency, the 26-year-old Harris played for New England for his first four seasons as a player.

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