The Buffalo Bills kicked off their rookie minicamp on Friday at Orchard Hill, N.Y., and players and coaches received a surprise visit from Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly.
Just weeks ago, Kelly underwent 12 hours of surgery to remove oral cancer on March 28. Surgeons also rebuilt his upper jaw at that time.
It's the third time in five years Kelly has been fighting cancer.
Kelly wanted to get a close look at top pick, quarterback Josh Allen. The seventh overall selection out of Wyoming was almost speechless, and left in a state of awe.
"I'm shaking," Allen told reporters. "One of the greatest quarterbacks to play the game and one of the greatest quarterbacks in Buffalo history."
A frail Kelly arrived about 20 minutes into practice, walking with the aid of a cane.