Hamlin discusses what he remembers about that day, his remarkable recovery and whether he’ll be back on the field
√ ‘GMA’ interview airs Monday, Feb. 13, on ABC
ABC News’ “Good Morning America” co-anchor Michael Strahan sits one-on-one with Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin in his first television interview since he collapsed on the field after suffering cardiac arrest just over a month ago. In the wide-ranging sit-down, Hamlin discusses what he remembers about that day, how it felt to wake up in the hospital, his remarkable recovery, his future in football, and, now, teaming up with the American Heart Association to train 3 million people in CPR.
In an exclusive first-look airing on “GMA” this morning, the NFL player called the trainer who performed CPR the “savior of my life,” saying he’s “truly thankful.”
“GMA” co-anchor Strahan’s one-on-one with Hamlin airs Monday, Feb. 13, on ABC News’ “Good Morning America” (7-9 a.m. EST).