Biden addresses the dangers of football after the Damar Hamlin incident

President Joe Biden was asked on Wednesday whether Monday’s incident involving the safety of Buffalo Bills Damar Hamlin showed that professional football is becoming too dangerous.

“No,” Biden replied, per Joe Morgan by Fox News. “Look, the idea that you’re going to have… You have these 6’8 tall, 340 pound guys running 4.8 [seconds] 40 [yard dash]. I mean, you know, you hit somebody with that kind of force… Now, that’s not what happened here.

“I don’t know how you avoid it. I think working crazy with helmets and concussion procedures, it all makes sense. But you know, it’s dangerous. We have to admit it. there .”

Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest after making a tackle during Monday’s prime time game at the Cincinnati Bengals and performed artificial respiration on the field until his heart rate is restored. The Bills confirmed earlier on Wednesday that he remains in the intensive care unit at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center:


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