QB Chad Kelly agrees to plea deal following nightclub fight
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Mississippi quarterback signee Chad Kelly has pleaded guilty to a non-criminal charge of disorderly conduct in exchange for 50 hours of community service following a fight at a downtown Buffalo nightclub last month.
Kelly also has sent a written apology to the Buffalo Police Department. He is required to report back in court on March 9 to prove he has complied with the plea agreement.
Kelly declined to speak to reporters after appearing in Buffalo City Court on Monday afternoon.
The 20-year-old nephew of Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly faced numerous charges, including resisting arrest, after getting involved in a fight with two bouncers two weeks ago. It happened days after Kelly had signed a commitment to play at Ole Miss.