Chad Kelly's tale of physical woe continues.
The former University of Mississippi quarterback and Western New Yorker underwent surgery on his wrist Monday and won't be able to throw for three months, according to USA Today's Tom Pelissero.
Kelly had an operation to correct an acute rupture of ligament between two bones in his throwing wrist, Pelissero reported.
Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly had surgery Monday for an acute rupture of ligament between two bones in throwing wrist. No throwing for 3 months.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 11, 2017
Kelly's performance at the April 3 Ole Miss Pro Day was cut short after only 12 throws because of the wrist injury.
He's also coming back from a second major knee operation.
Combined with concerns about his off-field behavior, his latest setback could deliver a serious blow to his hopes of being selected in the NFL Draft.