AMHERST, N.Y. - Jim Kelly wrapped up his 27th annual football camp on Sunday, but this one was special for the Bills Hall of Fame quarterback.
Kelly met his goal to be a part of the five-day camp despite his ongoing battle with cancer. They finished up the week at Sweet Home High School with trophy presentations, and the final words from the legendary signal caller were met with a standing ovation.
"It's been awesome," Kelly said to the crowd. "I wasn't quite able to do what I did the last couple of years but I did as much as I could. And next year, I'm going to be healthier, stronger, and we'll see you then. Thank you and God bless to each and everyone."
Kelly will hold a one-day camp at St. John Fisher College on Tuesday.