Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin tweeted Sunday that he will be watching from home as the Bills open their playoff campaign against the Miami Dolphins at Orchard Park in New York.
“My heart goes out to my boys as they compete today.” Hamlin on Twitter. “Support from home as I focus on my recovery. I want nothing more than to be there with them. LFG #BillsMafia”
The tweet comes a day after Hamlin visited the team’s facility in New York’s Orchard Park, according to ESPN and the Associated Press.
Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer’s daughter, Brooke wrote on Twitter that Hamlin was training.
“I saw Damar today and I stared. What a miracle to see him walk! We are blessed,” he said wrote: “More prayers are needed. It was a beautiful moment for the boys.”
Hamlin was seen smiling as he greeted another person, not on camera, in an Instagram photo of Bills quarterback Matt Milano.
Neither Hamlin’s representatives nor the Bills responded to CNN’s request for comment.
The 24-year-old was released from Buffalo General Medical Center on Wednesday after being hospitalized for more than a week after suffering cardiac arrest on the field during a Jan. 2 game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Hamlin was initially hospitalized in Cincinnati, but was transferred to a facility in Buffalo on Monday after doctors determined his condition had improved enough to be transferred.
The Bills are scheduled to play the Miami Dolphins in the NFL Wild Card round on Sunday.