Andy Kelley was a notable quarterback in the Arena Football League (AFL), which is the highest professional league of indoor American Football. He has played the quarterback position for eight different AFL teams. He began his quarterback career playing for the Charlotte Rage in 1993. His most recent quarterback stint was with the New Orleans Voodoo. However, he only played with the New Orleans Voodoo for one year. The team that he played for the longest was none other than the Nashville Kats (1997-2001). During Kelley-s stint with the Kats, he and Corey Fleming (receiver) became fan favorites due to their feats on the field.
Andy Kelley has held several AFL career records. For example, he has held the career record for pass attempts, pass completions, interceptions, pass yards and touchdown passes. Additionally, he has some experience with the NFL, and has played college football for the University of Tennessee.
His AFL career spans fourteen seasons, from 1993 to 2007. In 2007, Andy Kelley held the starting quarterback position for the New Orleans Voodoo as a veteran. However, in 2007, Steve Bellisari took over the starting quarterback position. Presently, Andy Kelley works as an Offensive Coordinator for the Georgia Force.