Madden NFL 23 Developer EA Sports has announced that it will no longer celebrate CPR touchdowns in the game due to Damar Hamlin’s recent light-threatening injury. Hamlin, a sophomore safety for the Buffalo Bills suffered cardiac arrest while on the field during Monday Night Football’s game between the Bills & the Cincinnati Bengals. Hamlin fell to the ground after a routine tackle to Ty Higgins, Bengals wide receiver. Hamlin was rushed to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center by an ambulance.
Not quite home yet? It is still running and has passed many tests. General Buffalo is a special thank you for all your love and support since he arrived. Please keep me in your prayers #3 Strong
– 𝐃𝐚𝐦𝐚𝐫 𝐇𝐚𝐦𝐥𝐢𝐧 (HamlinIsland) January 10, 2023
“EA Sports is taking steps to remove Celebration from Madden NFL 23 via an update in the coming days,” a studio spokesperson said. . This announcement comes just days after Alex Highsmith, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker, was involved in an a During Sunday’s win over the Cleveland Browns. The incident raised more eyebrows than usual . Highsmith stated that after the game, according . “Because I would never want to do that on purpose, and I never will.” On Tuesday, Hamlin shared an update on his recovery, He was taken to Buffalo General Hospital for a series of tests to ensure his heart health.
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