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Rebels QB Chad Kelly had to be restrained at HS game

On October 7th, 2016 at 9:41 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

With the Ole Miss Rebels on a bye week, their starting quarterback Chad Kelly was allegedly involved in a high school football brawl at his brothers game. According to reports, Kelly returned to Western New York.

Kelly — whose the cousin of legendary Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly — saw his brother Casey Kelly take a late hit out of bounds. Shortly thereafter, Chad decided to go into the field.

Chad Kelly (Getty Images)

Chad Kelly (Getty Images)

He was restrained before going back to the sidelines. Following the hit, shoving ensued by St. Joseph’s Collegiate and Bishop Timon before fighting happened.

Timon, according to reports, were leading 2-0 with 6:30 left in the second quarter when Kelly was hit or of bounds. The game was suspended following the brawl.

Buffalo police had to escort people off of the field, but no arrests were made. The authorities also had to help the St. Joseph’s Collegiate team to their buses before leaving.

It’s unclear if Ole Miss would discipline Kelly for his actions on Friday night.

Kelly led St. Joseph’s Collegiate to State Championships as a junior and senior. In his final campaign, he threw for 3,000-plus yards, rushed for nearly 1,000 yards and had 41 combined touchdowns.

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