Jim Kelly. James Edward Kelly (born February 14, 1960) is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 11 seasons with the Buffalo Bills. He also spent two seasons with the Houston Gamblers of the United States Football League (USFL).
But more than three years after announcing that the cancer was gone, Kelly says there’s been no recurrence and his health is now good. While hosting his football camp in Buffalo and throwing passes to kids, Kelly spoke with his speech only mildly affected, and said he’s healthy. “ I still feel good ,” he said, via the Buffalo News.
NFL.com ranked the best 66 quarterbacks to ever start a Super Bowl and Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly landed on the list at No. 21. Kelly is in the "in (or should be in) the Hall-Of-Fame ...
Jim Kelly was born in Pittsburgh and grew up in nearby East Brady, Pennsylvania. He played football and basketball at East Brady High School, becoming one of the top recruits in Western PA. He...
In his football career, Jim Kelly was battered and bruised but always bounced back. He’s been living the same way since that initial cancer diagnosis back in 2013. In an interview in June of 2019 courtesy of GoErie.com, Kelly said he’s always been fast-paced, both on and off the field and he doesn’t intend to change that. “That’s why I ran the no-huddle offense, that fast-paced offense,” he said.
Jim Kelly James Edward Kelly Position: QB Throws: Right 6-3 , 217lb (190cm, 98kg) Born: February 14 in Pittsburgh, PA (Age: 62-352d) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info Hall of Fame 5x Pro Bowl 1x All-Pro 12 SUMMARY Career G 160 AV 132 QBrec 101-59-0 Cmp% 60.1 Yds 35467 Y/A 7.4 TD 237 Int 175 FantPt 2086.7 Jim Kelly Overview Game Logs Career
Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly is one of the all-time great NFL players. His career spanned 11 seasons, and while he was never able to win a Super Bowl, he left behind a substantial legacy. But for all he's accomplished on the gridiron, life has been nothing short of a battle for the Hall of Fame quarterback off the field.
James Milton Kelly (May 5, 1946 – June 29, 2013) was an American athlete, martial artist, and actor. After winning several karate championships, Kelly rose to fame in the early 1970s appearing in various action films within the martial arts and blaxploitation genres.
Conservative commentator Megyn Kelly threw a fit on Twitter during Sunday’s NFC championship game over a single word uttered by the announcers: “Doctor,” as in “Dr. Jill Biden .”. The first lady grew up in the Philadelphia area and was at the game to cheer on her Eagles as the team defeated the San Francisco 49ers to earn a trip to ...