Bill's safety Damar Hamlin was in the crowd during Buffalo's divisional playoff matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals last Saturday.
While his presence did not spur his team to victory, it still warmed hearts -- only two weeks before Hamlin had suffered a heart attack and collapsed during the Bills' regular season game against the Bengals.
However, there are some people who believe Hamlin died and that to cover it up the NFL sent a clone or a double to the game this weekend.
Bill's QB Josh Allen pushed back on that on Kyle Brandt’s Basement.
.@JoshAllenQB reacts to the “Damar Hamlin body double” conspiracy theory.— Kyle Brandt’s Basement (@KBBasement) January 24, 2023
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“Yeah, that’s stupid. You said there's mainstream media outlests pushing this?" Allen wondered about the conspiracy theory. "One, that’s Damar’s swag — he likes wearing that. Two, he was in the locker room with us pregame. So, yes. That was Damar ... That's the Damar Hamlin. That's our guy. That's our brother. He was with us pre-game, post game. He was up in the suite with his little brother. 100 percent. People need to stop."