AMHERST, N.Y. (WIVB) – During a speech Wednesday night, Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly showed he’s getting stronger after his cancer treatment.
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Our cameras were at Sweet Home High School where #12 spoke to kick off his 27th annual football camp. Kelly says the chemotherapy and radiation affected his sight and hearing and he lost his hair, but he has endured because of the community’s support.
“You don’t know what it means, when you have the supporting cast I have, I thank the Buffalo Bills, I have a great supporting cast. But through this time, I cannot ask for anything greater than the people of Buffalo, New York. You guys went over and above,” Kelly said.
He says he plans to be at the camp every day. Thursday is the first day of on-field drills.