Chiefs cancel media availability out of respect for Bills S Damar Hamlin

The Kansas City Chiefs will not hold their usual media availability as the practice week gets underway on Tuesday.

Like many teams around the league, the Chiefs have opted to cancel their regularly-scheduled media availability in a show of solidarity for the Buffalo Bills organization and S Damar Hamlin. Hamlin, 24, suffered a cardiac arrest following a hit during “Monday Night Football” against the Bengals. CPR was administered and Hamlin’s heartbeat was restored on the field. He was transported to a local hospital in Cincinnati for treatment, where he currently remains in critical condition.

Chiefs PR staff shared the following message to reporters on Tuesday: “Out of respect for Damar Hamlin and the Buffalo Bills organization we are canceling today’s media availability.”

Kansas City will hold practice on Tuesday as they prepare to face the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 18. Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes are expected to address reporters on Wednesday.

For the latest updates on Hamlin’s status as they come in, visit our friends at Bills Wire, Bengals Wire and Touchdown Wire,

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