ESPN’s Dan Orlovsky Halts Commentary On Damar Hamlin To Lead Fellow Reporters in Prayer

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The power of prayer may be lost on many, but in a moment of life or death, it takes great faith and humility to put your head down and trust God’s work.

ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky did that Tuesday afternoon as the ongoing scare regarding Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin rests in the hands of doctors at the UC Medical Center who are tending to the 24-year-old after he suffered a cardiac arrest on the field against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night.

Orlovsky did what few ESPN pundits would do in a situation like this and wore his faith on his sleeve, lowering his head to lead his fellow reporters in prayer for Hamlin’s recovery.

It was a raw and fearless moment to watch live.

With the uncertainty of the situation and very few details to rest on regarding Hamlin’s health, Orlovsky put it all in the Man Above’s hands.

And he’s not the only one …

OutKick’s Armando Salguero recapped the scene from Monday night’s game, which was suspended by the NFL with no plans to resume play for the Bills and Bengals this week.

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Prayers up for Damar.

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