Kelly Holcomb (born July 9, 1973 in Fayetteville, Tennessee) is an American football quarterback who plays for the Buffalo Bills since 2005. Holcomb started his playing career with the Indianapolis Colts in 1996 and also played for the Cleveland Browns in which he was a three year part-time starter.
Holcomb attended Lincoln County High School in Fayetteville, Tennessee, in which Holcomb lettered in football, baseball, and basketball.
Holcomb played college football in Middle Tennessee State University. He was even quarterback for the now-defunct Barcelona Dragons of NFL Europe in 1996. His best season in the NFL was in 2003 with the Browns in which he played in 10 games, starting 8 and threw for a career high 1,797 passing yards and ten touchdowns.
Last season, Holcomb shared time with J.P. Losman in the quarterback position with the Buffalo Bills, starting in eight games and passing for 1,509 yards and ten touchdowns and only eight interceptions including throwing for 308 yards and one touchdown in a win against the Cincinnati Bengals in week sixteen (which was the Bills only road win of the year).