-- 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 ESPN.com on Monday that he's waiting to gather more information about the incident before making a decision on Kelly.
ESPN.com's Edward Aschoff and The Associated Press contributed to this report.