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Latest Jim Kelly Items
New England quarterback Tom Brady might want to watch his back. The Jets' Mark Sanchez, too.
Drew Brees piled up points, yards and accolades in a record-setting season for the New Orleans Saints. Much of the time, Alex Smith did just enough to get the San Francisco 49ers back in the playoffs for the first time in nine years while a dominant defense and kicking game did the rest.
There's a quarterback Tim Tebow can't wait to meet while in Buffalo for a pivotal late-season game. A special guest showing up at his request.
A Super Bowl title, four MVP awards and playoff appearances in every season save one during the last decade, speak volumes about how much Peyton Manning means to the Indianapolis Colts.
Stevie Johnson thinks the undefeated New England Patriots are still ahead of the unbeaten Buffalo Bills despite what the standings say. So he knows if the Bills want to show the football world they are for real, the litmus test will be Sunday when the two AFC East rivals meet.
Clemson is landing a Kelly at quarterback.
Archie Manning expects his son, Peyton, to continue being a pain in the neck for NFL defenses this season.
At first glance, Buddy Nix's plan entering the NFL draft appears to be as easy as 1-2-3.
Doug Flutie remembers feeling how his arm was ready to fall off during his one year in the USFL. Nate Newton recalls how he did absolutely nothing but rest for an entire month after playing his two USFL 18-game regular seasons.