Hall of Famer Jim Kelly to have checkup after more cancer surgery

PITTSFORD, N.Y. — Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly will travel to New York City next month for an unexpected “checkup” after “something came up” in his recovery from March surgery that removed oral cancer and reconstructed his upper jaw. Kelly, who will receive the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance sponsored by Bristol-Myers Squibb at the 2018 ESPYS on Wednesday in Los Angeles, said the visit to New York City will take place the second week of August. “Right now it’s just a checkup,” Kelly he said Tuesday at his football clinic for children at St. John Fisher College. “It will be a checkup, but how long will I be there [until I] check out? We’ll see. I still have a mouth full of stitches. I’m sure they’re going to pull all of those out. “My doctors are in New York. I’m not there every day. So I want to sure that everything is going on is going on for the right reasons. Just like everybody, if you go through a broken leg or something, you got to have…