Damar Hamlin’s condition seemed to take a step forward on Wednesday, according to ESPN’s Coley Harvey. Harvey talked about how Hamlin’s family is feeling after some positive signs were shown.

Harvey stated that Doctors ran certain tests on Hamlin to show certain levels. The doctors received some good news after running the tests, resulting in a positive change of mood around the Cincinnati hospital where Hamlin is being kept.

“Doctors were trying to see certain levels, run certain tests last night. They got the news they were hoping when it comes to those levels and those readings. That’s where the positive signs of improvement come from. Family friend Jordan Rooney reminded me that there is still a long way to go. Doctors saw those signs of improvement that they were looking for, but we’re still not fully out of the woods.”

This is good sign for Hamlin, but close friend Jordan Rooney reminded everyone that there is still a long way to go.

Hamlin collapsed during the first quarter of Monday Night Football, and had to be taken off the field by an ambulance. It was later determined that Hamlin went into cardiac arrest.

Tradition will keep you updated on any more news regarding Hamlin.