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Damar Hamlin’s breathing tube was removed overnight and he was able to FaceTime his Buffalo Bills teammates on Friday.

The 24-year-old suffered a cardiac arrest after tackling Cincinnati Bengals’ Tee Higgins in Monday’s game.

His doctors say Hamlin, 24. “continues to progress remarkably in his recovery. His neurologic function remains intact and he has been able to talk to his family and care team.”

“We had significant concern about him after the injury, but he is making substantial progress,” his doctor told reporters via conference call on Thursday.

He still has “significant progress he needs to make, but this marks a really good turning point in his ongoing care… It’s been a long and difficult road for the past few days. He has been very sick (but) has made a fairly remarkable improvement.”

Doctors say Hamlin spent the morning on FaceTime with his teammates who face the New England Patriots on Sunday.

The Bills tweeted that Hamlin’s message to his teammates was, “Love you boys.”