NFL star Damar Hamlin in important condition after cardiac arrest

Speaking on CNN Tuesday, Steve DeOssie, who began his NFL career in the mid-1980s, said: "Any change to the game is met with all kinds of skepticism."

DeOssie said that after Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest in the area Monday night, his son Zak, who also played within the NFL

players' association, told his father that the league now has an emergency situation facility for those situations

“They have eventualities now in the neighborhood in case of positive scenario emergencies like this

 So while possibly 10 years ago, they may not have had several of these conditions,” he said.

DeOssie said that while adjustments have been made to touch the regulations at some point in the game

Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief science correspondent, said this morning that it is very important that the scientific staff were able to restart Damar

"Simply, time is of the essence here in terms of taking care of someone like that. The reaction of the science team was quick and second

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