Jim Kelly, former Buffalo Bills quarterback who’s very famous with price per head sportsbooks, left the hospital on Friday for the weekend, and said that he and his family are “praying for a miracle” as he gets ready to receive radiation and chemotherapy treatments for oral cancer.
Pay per head services learned that Kelly, who since last month was at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, attended the New York Knicks game on Friday night at Madison Square Garden, and told the MSG Network that “I probably shouldn’t even be here” but wanted to give his daughter, Erin, a surprise for making the dean’s list.
When the Hall of Fame quarterback was asked about how he was feeling, Kelly told MSG “sometimes good; sometimes bad” and later he told ESPNNewYork.com’s Ohm Youngmisuk that “I am getting better.”
Kelly will have daily radiation treatments at North Shore-LIJ Cancer Institute on Long Island and will begin chemotherapy at Lenox Hill next week. The former player’s chemotherapy will be repeated as an outpatient in three and six weeks, and price per head sportsbooks hope that al goes well.
“My big battle is Monday when I go in to start my radiation and chemo,” Kelly told MSG. “I hope when it’s all over they get everything, but right now we’re praying for a miracle.”
Doctors will wait two to three months after Kelly’s radiation and chemotherapy treatments to see if he needs surgery, and pay per head services will be monitoring his progress.
“Kelly’s condition remains very treatable and potentially curable,” Dr. Peter Costantino, executive director of Lenox Hill’s New York Head & Neck Institute, said on Tuesday in a statement. “Even if chemotherapy and radiation are not successful in eradicating the cancer, his skull-base tumor remains operable.”
Kelly, who last month was diagnosed with a relapse of cancer in his maxillary sinus and adjacent tissues, appreciated the support he was given, and price per head sportsbooks wish him the very best.
“It’s a humbling experience and it makes you feel good when so many people are out there praying for you,” Kelly told ESPNNewYork.com. “… Even people that were my enemies before from other teams have rallied to my support. It just makes you feel good deep down in your heart.
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“Just keep praying for me. I am going to need them.”