The NFL is keeping all options on the table regarding the Buffalo Bills’ final two games of the regular season and the playoff schedule.

Troy Vincent, executive vice president of football operations for the NFL, told reporters on Wednesday “everything is being considered” regarding the Bills game against the Cincinnati Bengals that was suspended.

“The guiding principles that took us into the 2020 season with COVID” are still available, Vincent added. “It may not be perfect, but will allow those participating to be able to play.”

Monday’s matchup was suspended in the first quarter after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field after tackling Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins. Hamlin required CPR on the field, and the Bills later announced he had suffered cardiac arrest.