If this is true, it’s a pretty bad look for the NFL.
A report on Monday night from ESPN’s Don Van Natta Jr. goes in-depth into the decision to stop last Monday’s game between the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals after defensive back Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest and needed CPR to be resuscitated.
Van Natta quoted a team official as saying, “The league did not cancel the game. The Bills and the Bengals canceled the game.”
Per the report:
Hamlin spent several days recovering at UC Medical Center. He was released Monday and transferred to a hospital in Buffalo.