Lawyer: Video clears Chad Kelly

— -- BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Mississippi football signee Chad Kelly's lawyer tells The Associated Press he has video evidence that shows his client was not the aggressor in a fight at a downtown Buffalo nightclub.

Thomas Eoannou spoke by phone Monday, a day after Kelly was charged with resisting arrest, among other counts. Eoannou, without elaborating, said it's "obvious Chad was not the one who started this incident."

The quarterback and a male companion were arrested shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday. The two allegedly attempted to re-enter the club after being ejected earlier in the night.

A police report says Kelly punched a bouncer, then scuffled with officers while being removed from a pickup, which police stopped nearby.

The 20-year-old nephew of Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly signed a letter of intent last week to play at Ole Miss.

Ole Miss coach Huge Freeze told on Monday that he's waiting to gather more information about the incident before making a decision on Kelly.'s Edward Aschoff and The Associated Press contributed to this report.