Jim Kelly (sportscaster)

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Jim Kelly is a former sportscaster who worked at ESPN and CBS Sports. He called golf tournaments on Golf Network which was heard on Mutual and NBC Radio. Kelly then moved to CBS and CBS Radio calling NFL and golf tournaments for both networks. For CBS television, he provided play-by-play for the NBA on CBS, track-and-field, and bowling. He also hosted Thoroughbred Racing on CBS, CBS Radio's Sports World Roundup and CBS Sports Saturday and was a sports anchor for CBS Morning News, WCAU-TV, and WNEV-TV were he called preseason games for both the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After leaving CBS, he joined ESPN where he called and covered tournaments and games for college football, college basketball, bowling, golf, the NHL, tennis, and the America's Cup.