Chad Kelly involved in brawl at brother’s high school game
BUFFALO, N.Y. >> Mississippi quarterback Chad Kelly, the nephew of Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, was involved in a brawl at his brother’s high school football game in New York. It happened during a game between his brother’s team, St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute, and Bishop Timon-St. Jude High School on Friday night. Buffalo police suspended the game. There have been no reports of arrests. The scuffle began after Chad’s brother, Casey Kelly, reportedly took a late hit. Chad ran onto the field, and video shows him being restrained on the field by several coaches. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze told The Associated Press that he talked with Chad by phone since the game, and that the quarterback was back at home with his parents. The Rebels are off this week and don’t play again until Oct. 15 at Arkansas. “From the version I’ve heard, he didn’t do anything to anybody. They were pulling him back because he gets emotional,” Freeze said.