Chad Kelly in­volved in brawl at brother’s high school game

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - SPORTS -

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.

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