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NFL fans are questioning reports that Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin was at the Buffalo Bills game on Sunday.

Hamlin, 24, has not been seen in public since he was discharged from a Buffalo hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest during a game on Jan. 2.

A video recorded in a VIP suite at Highmark Stadium on Sunday shows a man identified as Hamlin dressed in a red hoodie with matching pants.

The man was only seen from the side and through glass as he clapped and waved at the crowd. At one point he formed an illuminati pyramid with his hands and the signs for 666.

Hamlin’s family previously said his recovery has been slow and that he still requires oxygen.

Another video showed the same man arriving in the tunnel in a golf cart about an hour before kickoff. He wore sunglasses and a face covering with the hood of his jacket pulled up to conceal his face.

Not a single photographer got a clear photo of Hamlin at the game on Sunday. Fans question why the Bills are hiding him.

The Bills are done for the season after losing 27-10 to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional round.

“Obviously, we wanted to play for him,” said Bills quarterback Josh Allen after the crushing loss. “We just ran into a team that played better than us tonight.”

After the game, Hamlin tweeted “We’ll be back. Don’t even trip.”