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The Buffalo Bills, who spent the week worrying for the health of safety Damar Hamlin, returned the opening kickoff of their game for a 96-yard touchdown against the New England Patriots.
Hamlin, watching from the hospital, tweeted, “OMFG!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
An emotional crowd in Orchard Park, New York, burst into cheers and hugs as Bills head coach Sean McDermott and quarterback Josh Allen celebrated on the sideline.
According to the CBS broadcast, the opening kickoff return for a touchdown was the team’s first in 18 years. What a return to action!
The Bills tweeted a clip of the touchdown with one word: “CHILLS.”
CNN’s David Close contributed to this report.