NFL players and fans have been showing their support over the past day by donating millions of dollars to a charity coming out of Tamar Hamlin’s college.
The is in critical condition After spending Monday night in the intensive care unit at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.was Monday night after suffering a heart attack during the first quarter of Buffalo’s game at Cincinnati. The Bills announced early Tuesday morning that Hamlin’s heart rate was restored on the field thanks to the quick action of medical personnel at Pacor Stadium. Hamlin was announced by the team on Tuesday afternoon
As players and fans watched helplessly at home, many of them wanted to help, and donated more than $6 million to Hamlin’s charity. The 24-year-old launched his charity in 2020 after completing his college career at Pitt.
Going into Monday night, Hamlin’s GoFundMe page Donations totaled less than $3,000But after seeing what happened on the field in Cincinnati, NFL players and fans took action and continued to donate millions over the next 18 hours.
As of Wednesday morning, donations totaled more than $6 million, one of the largest donations by Tom Brady, who gave $10,000 to Hamlin’s cause. Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara also donated $10,000, as did AEW’s wrestler Chris Jericho.
Not to be outdone, Matthew Stafford donated $12,000.
Andy Dalton, George Kittle, Christian McCaffrey, Davante Adams, Shannon Sharpe, Drake London, Marcus Jones, Myles Bryant, Andrew Whitworth, Lawrence Guy, Brian Hoyer, Lloyd Cushenberry, Trey Lance and McCourty Jason (Devin and Jason) are the other players. or veterans who have donated at least $1,000.
From the team’s point of view, the biggest donations came from the Bills’ opponent in Week 18: The New England Patriots. Pats owner Robert Kraft donated $18,003 on behalf of his team, the Houston Texans $10,003, the Washington Commanders $5,000 and the Seahawks $1,000 to Hamlin’s charity.
Several coaches and members of the front office also donated, including Raiders coach Josh McDaniels, Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale and 49ers general manager John Lynch.
Overall, more than 205,000 people have donated to the cause.
“As I begin my journey to the NFL, I will never forget where I came from and I am committed to using my platform to positively impact the community that raised me,” Hamlin said. wrote on the GoFundMe page. “I created The Chasing M’s Foundation as a vehicle to allow us to deliver that impact, and the first project is the 2020 Community Toy Drive.”
Hamlin has been running an annual toy drive since 2020, and he recently shared a video on his Instagram of his latest toy drive, which took place a few weeks ago.
GoFundMe did what it could for Hamlin’s charity by featuring on Twitter Monday night.
Not only fans but also hundreds of fans have donated to his charity Showed to conduct awareness Hamlin is currently being treated at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
The Bills’ defense collapsed with less than six minutes to play in the first quarter after taking a shoulder to the chest from Bengals wide receiver Dee Higgins. Paramedics on the field administered CPR and used an AED to restart his heart.
game Temporarily suspended The NFL called for a full postponement shortly before 9:20 p.m. ET and then after 10 p.m. ET. Although not officially canceled, the NFL has announced that the game will definitely not be played this week.
Hamlin is in his second year with the Bills and has been with the team since selecting him in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Hamlin didn’t go into the 2022 season as Buffalo’s starting safety, but he was thrust into the job after Micah Hyde went down with an injury, and his performance was a bright spot for the Bills’ defense, one of the best. This year the NFL.