During the early 1990’s there was only team that mattered in the AFC and that was the Bills. The man behind their success with groundbreaking new K-gun offence was Pro Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly. Kelly, a 5 time Probowler was the only QB ever to get his team to four consecutive Superbowls and threw for 237TDs during his career.
Since he retired from the NFL, he hasn’t had it the easiest, first his son Hunter was diagnosed with Krabbe disease and tragically dies in 2005 at the age of 8. Last year it was announced that he was suffering from cancer in his upper jaw but an operation had removed the cancerous cells. But recently news emerged that Kelly’s cancer had returned and he said he will starting Chemotherapy and Radiation next week as surgery isn’t an option this time. We wish Jim Kelly all the best with his treatment and hopes he is well again soon.