Kelly won’t be able to throw for the next three months, but Dr. James Andrews believes he’ll be ready for his rookie NFL training camp, Pelissero adds.
Already working his way back from a November knee injury that ended his final season in college, and presumably having to answer for his off-field history, the issues with Kelly’s throwing wrist add more question marks to his draft evaluations.
The flashes of brilliance at Ole Miss should still generate some interest in the late rounds of the draft, though.
Kelly started 22 games over the past two seasons, completing 64 percent of his passes for 6,800 yards, 50 touchdowns, and 21 interceptions.
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