Doctors treating Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly for sinus cancer found "no evidence" of remaining cancer in a follow-up screening Tuesday.
"The treatments so far have completely eliminated Mr. Kelly's pain, and his level of function has essentially returned to normal," Dr. Peter Costantino said in a statement released by Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan.
Kelly will be evaluated over the coming weeks to determine if further treatment is necessary
From preliminary reports, Tony Stewart, who is known to race at local dirt tracks that happen to be close his day job racing for the NASCAR Sprint Cup series, spun a driver named Kevin Ward, Jr. Kevin, reportedly got out of his vehicle after bouncing into the wall and walked towards Stewart's car. Tony Stewart then hit Mr. Ward, sending or dragging him up to 25 feet. The car reportedly fishtailed, hitting Ward with the back tire. Mr. Ward was at least in serious condition, I am not ready to report some Twitter rumors on his condition, but it sounds bad. Racing was cancelled for the night after the incident.