Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said the team has grown since Damar Hamlin's on-field cardiac arrest last week.
"You learn through things when you go through experiences like this," McDermott told reporters on Monday. "We will all have grown as people, and as men in this case, the guys that were out there on the field, by going through and experience like this ... I think more than anything it was, I don't know, just a little bit of a sense of accomplishment that we work through this together and now a chance to reset."
McDermott met with Hamlin Monday along with general manager Brandon Beane, head athletic trainer Nate Breske and assistant athletic trainer Tabani Richards. During their meeting, McDermott said that there is a plan in place for the players and staff to visit Hamlin "at the proper time."
McDermott said just "having (Hamlin) nearby will give us more comfort" and inspire the team as it prepares for the postseason
Hamlin was released from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and was transferred to Buffalo General Hospital Monday.
"Knowing that he's well taken care of. He's got a real medical team around him here in Buffalo and just had a chance to meet with some of those, some of their staff and very comfortable with the team that's around him," McDermott said. "I just think overall just continues to put our minds at ease that he's that he's in good hands and that he's moving in the right direction."