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Just over three months after Damar Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest on the field, doctors have officially cleared the Buffalo Bills’ defensive back to play football. Hamlin noted commotio cordis, which caused his collapse on the field, is the leading cause of death in youth athletes across all sports and now he’s on a mission to bring awareness. NBC’s Kaylee Hartung reports for TODAY.