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The Bills might be now outta the playoffs — but the Damar Hamlin tributes are still pouring in … this time, Eagles running back Miles Sanders rocked some spikes to honor the injured safety, and he loved ’em!!
The 25-year-old tailback showed off the feet heat on his Instagram page Thursday … and the pair of tribute shoes are awesome.
One cleat features a portrait of Hamlin surrounded by a heart. The other has his No. 3 jersey number. There’s also an ode to the famous “Did we win?” line he uttered to doctors in the days after he suffered his on-field medical emergency during the Jan. 2 Bengals-Bills game.
Both cleats have “Love For Damar” written on them as well — with Hamlin’s foundation, “Chasing M’s,” on the back.
Hamlin clearly loved the shout-out and the design, re-sharing Sanders’ vid on his social media page while writing, “unreal.”
Several NFL players have shown the 24-year-old love since he suffered the cardiac arrest … including Tom Brady, who donated $10,000 to Hamlin’s toy drive foundation that’s currently at $9 million and counting.
A mural was also made by a local artist in Buffalo, and celeb jeweler Gabriel Jacobs gifted 80 gold #3 pendants to the Bills team.
Unclear if Sanders will get to wear the Damar spikes on Sunday when the Eagles face the San Francisco 49ers … but Philly will now certainly have some fans pulling for them in Buffalo regardless.