Damar Hamlin Tweets One Word In Response To Rumors It Wasn’t Really Him At Bills Game

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The tinfoil hats were out Sunday as Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin returned to Highmark Stadium for the Bills’ Divisional Round matchup but refused to show his face, leading theorists to believe that the safety had been cloned.

Or that it wasn’t Hamlin at the stadium, but the other angle’s far more intriguing.

As Hamlin appeared during the CBS broadcast several times with a face cover on and no oxygen tank in sight following his battle with an on-field cardiac arrest that nearly took his life, viewers grew extremely dubious of the guest appearance.

Skeptics Didn’t Think Hamlin ‘Fit The Bill’

Clapping back at those skeptics on Monday was Hamlin, who posted a photo of himself next to a mural, with a cheeky caption that’ll have people doing a double-take.

“Clone,” Hamlin tweeted out, with an emoji of a ninja to accompany the sleight at all the doubters.

Since Hamlin’s on-field incident from Week 17, the 24-year-old has been keeping a low profile as he rehabs his way back to health.

Sunday’s appearance was a galvanizing gesture by the Bills safety as the team took on the Cincinnati Bengals in the highly anticipated rematch since the suspended game when Hamlin went down.

The Bills were the phonies on Sunday as they fell to the Bengals, 27-10, off a lackluster performance by Josh Allen and the offense.

At one point in the game, the Highmark cameras pointed to Hamlin and his family in the suite as the player flashed a “heart” signal at the crowd to rally the troops. Coincidentally, the Bills had their biggest break of the game after that moment when linebacker Matt Milano broke up a would-be touchdown reception by Bengals wideout Ja’Marr Chase, limiting the Bengals to a 28-yard field goal on that drive.

With his two-week recovery from the near-fatal cardiac arrest, Hamlin proved that he is in fact … THAT guy.

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  1. 9 minutes without oxygen to your brain and 2 weeks later your walking around? No. The brain is permanently damaged after 5 minutes and you go brain dead in 9-10 minutes. This whole thing is horse shit, those players got kids and families and have seen injuries their whole lives they ain’t crying cause dude is hurt, they crying cause he died. The second they said he did a FaceTime call with teammates yet NO ONE shared the video I raised an eyebrow. The one guy the ENTIRE league stood with was completely alone during the game the other night? No interviews? No YAYY WE GOT DAMAR BACK!!! None of that crap. They drove him in a closed door gator squeezed between two dudes. If it were real they would have paraded him around the field before kickoff in an open golf cart. Dude died. You’ll never see him play again and in 2 years he will “die” in a car crash. Remember this.

  2. I’m not going super conspiracy like the post above me, but I do find the way he was presented at the stadium unusual. Especially since he was so bundled up even in the suite at the game. It could be nothing but as I said, it seems unusual to me.

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