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Enter the Dragon Star Jim Kelly Dies

Jim Kelly, a martial artist who starred alongside Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon, died Saturday of cancer at his home in San Diego, Calif., The Associated Press reports. He was 67. Born in Paris, Ky., Kelly attended the University of Louisville and pl… Read more

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Jim Kelly: "Tyrod Taylor is not the answer at QB"
02:38 — Bills' legend Jim Kelly had some choice words about Tyrod Taylor at quarterback but what do Nick Kostos, Brady Quinn and Will Brinson think?
Jim Kelly: There aren't many QBs in the league better than Tyrod Taylor
00:43 — Jim Kelly talks to Will Brinson about Tyrod Taylor and his future with the Bills.
Jim Kelly gives his Super Bowl Prediction
01:31 — Jim Kelly talks to Will Brinson about teaming up with Merck and his Super Bowl Prediction.
Former NFL Star Jim Kelly Fights Cancer With Faith
05:19 — For 11 seasons, Jim Kelly was the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, but cancer has proven to be the toughest opponent he has faced so far. Jim’s daug (more…)

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