PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers honored and spread love for Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin before their game with the Cleveland Browns on Sunday at Acrisure Stadium.
Hamlin, a Pitt and Central Catholic alum and McKees Rocks native collapsed on the field and went into cardiac arrest during the Bills game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night.
Hamlin is recovering in a Cincinnati hospital and has received an outpouring of love from across the NFL in the nation in the wake of his medical scare.
Most NFL home teams have painted the threes at their 30-yard lines to honor Hamlin. The Steelers have red threes on their north side of the field and blue on the south end of the field.
The Steelers and Browns players joined at midfield after warmups for a communal prayer, and the stadium PA and scoreboard had a “moment of love and support” for Harris before the national anthem.