Damar Hamlin has made “remarkable progress” and is “neurologically intact,” according to the latest update from the Buffalo Bills.

Hamlin collapsed after suffering a cardiac arrest during Monday Night Football earlier this week. He has been in critical condition at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center since his collapse.

Here’s the full statement from the Buffalo Bills:

“Per the physicians caring for Damar Hamlin at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Damar has shown remarkable improvement over the past 24 hours. While still critically ill, he has demonstrated that he appears to be neurologically intact. His lungs continue to heal and he is making progress.”

Hamlin, 24, is in his second season in the NFL. He was a sixth round pick by the Bills in the 2021 NFL Draft. Hamlin made 14 starts for the Bills this season.

Hamlin spent five seasons at Pittsburgh before going pro. He totaled 275 total tackles, 10 tackles for loss and 6 interceptions during his time with the Panthers.

The Buffalo Bills are currently scheduled to host the New England Patriots on Sunday.