Damar Hamlin appears to be "neurologically intact" and has shown "remarkable improvement" since his on-field cardiac arrest, but remains critically ill, the Buffalo Bills cited yesterday. The Bills cited reports they received from physicians at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in their Thursday morning update. They also said Hamlin's lungs continue to heal and he is making "steady progress." Hamlin is being treated in the intensive care unit, where he has been since Monday. Fellow Bills defensive back Kaiir Elam also tweeted Thursday that Hamlin was showing "more signs of improvement." Indianapolis Colts safety Rodney Thomas II, Hamlin's high school teammate and childhood friend, visited Hamlin on Wednesday in Cincinnati.