—Bills Rookies to take part in Play 60 Event in Cleveland: Members of the Buffalo Bills 2013 draft class are attending the 16th Annual Rookie Symposium in Aurora, OH. The four-day orientation will introduce the 2013 NFL Draft class to life in the NFL prior to the rookies reporting to training camps next month. Among the events scheduled, they will participate in a PLAY 60 youth football clinic with children from the Cleveland area at the Cleveland Browns Training and Administrative complex this morning at 9:30 am.
— Jim Kelly Football Camp: The 26th annual Jim Kelly Football Camp began Sunday at One Bills Drive and continues through Thursday, June 27th. Kelly will also hold a one day clinic on Tuesday, July 23rd at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY.
—Fifty Yard Finish: On Saturday, June 29, participants can take part in a half marathon, 5k or kids 1-mile run that will begin at Ralph Wilson Stadium, continue through the village and town of Orchard Park and finish at the 50 yard line on the field. Follow along with buffalobills.com journalist Hannah Buehler as she trains with Bills Strength and Conditioning Coach Dan Liburd for the race. Details can be found here: Fifty Yard Finish Details
—2013 Training Camp: The Buffalo Bills will open its 2013 Training Camp at St. John Fisher College on Sunday, July 28th with a 6:10 pm practice. The complete 2013 Training Camp schedule and fan-related information can be found at: BuffaloBills.com
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Former Buffalo Bills and Hall of Fame QB Jim Kelly provides on-the-field instruction during the 26th annual Jim Kelly Football Camp inside the BlueCross BlueShield Healthy Zone Fieldhouse yesterday morning at One Bills Drive.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
JIM KELLY, former Buffalo Bills and Hall of Fame QB, on thanking the numerous supporters who wished him well during his cancer treatment process:
“I want to thank personally everybody from this area. This community has rallied around me when I played for the Bills, when my son Hunter was diagnosed and of course my latest setback with cancer. The community’s prayers there are not enough words to describe the feeling in my heart and my family’s heart how much it means to me to have people take the time to email me, write me hundreds and hundreds of letters. Those prayers have been answered because of the things that I don’t have to do now.” via BuffaloBills.com (6/24)
Buffalo News-Kelly’s prayers answered
Associated Press-Kelly says no chemo, radiation necessary
BuffaloBills.com-Bills like cornerback depth
BuffaloBills.com-Jim Kelly is cancer free
Kelly is Cancer Free
Around the League (NFL.com)
Jim Kelly, Buffalo Bills legend, glad to be cancer free
Press Coverage (Buffalo News)
Video: Jim Kelly talks about cancer surgery, support and prayers
Pro Football Talk
Jim Kelly: Not enough words to describe what fan support meant
AFC East Daily
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