Jim Kelly Cancer: The future Hall of Fame quarterback for the Bills endured a protracted fight with mouth cancer that left him with a poor prognosis and necessitated numerous jaw operations, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. However, Kelly claims there has been no recurrence, and his health is well over three years after declaring the disease to be gone.
Kelly spoke with a mildly impacted speech while conducting his football camp in Buffalo and throwing passes to young players, claiming to be in good condition.
“I still feel good,” he said via the Buffalo News. “Mouth still hurts every once in a while, doing all the talking. But overall, I love it. I do.”
Kelly claimed that he is now more worried about other people’s health, particularly that of Bills owner Kim Pegula and veteran trainer Ed Abramoski, who both recently passed away at the age of 88 due to hidden health problems.
“Eddie Abramoski, who passed away, was not only a perfect friend of mine, but he was my trainer, my whole career,” Kelly said. “We miss him, and we’re all going back and forth with that. And then now with Kim Pegula, struggling and praying for her.”
Kelly claimed that his only current issue is that the young campers making fun of him make him feel elderly.
He said, “Their grandpas and grandmas told them about me. Grandfathers and grandmothers were present instead of a mother and father. Please forward this to your friends if you find it interesting. Newswatchlist.com is the best place to find the latest and updated information about your favorite celebs.