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Sports World Reacts To How ESPN Handled Tough Night

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On Monday night, Bills safety Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest against the Bengals. His heartbeat was restored on the field before he was transferred to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. 

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At first, the NFL temporarily suspended play. ESPN's Suzy Kolber, Booger McFarland and Adam Schefter did their best to handle this delicate situation while they waited for an update from the league. 

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Eventually, the Bengals and Bills made it clear they wouldn't resume the game on Monday night. 

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As a result, ESPN had Ryan Clark and Scott Van Pelt discuss how serious and heartbreaking Hamlin's situation is on "SportsCenter." 

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Countless fans applauded Clark, Van Pelt and the rest of ESPN's crew for stepping up in an impossible spot.

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"Ryan Clark, SVP, & the MNF crew handled an unprecedented situation as best they could last night," John Strickland tweeted. "Major kudos. They did an outstanding job of combining professional rationale, reporting the facts, & having human decency all at the same time. Audience needed it."