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Travis Kelce was one of the most talked-about players coming into this year’s Super Bowl.
The Kansas City Chiefs star tight end was slated to have a big impact on the field, but he has also been partaking in several off-field endeavors.
As fans wondered what was next for him and his career in the NFL, Kelce was focused on the task at hand.
His focus ended up being a paramount factor in the Chiefs’ win over the San Francisco 49ers, as he was the team’s leading receiver in the game.
Kelce was caught up in one moment during the game, where he shoved Andy Reid, seemingly yelling at him, wanting to come back in the game.
This might lead some fans to believe that Kelce and Reid have bad blood between them, but Kelce clarified their relationship in a postgame comment shared via Jori Epstein.
“I owe my entire career to that guy,” Kelce said of Reid.
Andy Reid says Travis Kelce caught him off balance with his shove, told Reid to put him in and he’d score.
Travis credited Andy not only as play caller but also for helping him learn to manage his emotions. “I owe entire my career to that guy.” pic.twitter.com/d9Lt7pZBle
— Jori Epstein (@JoriEpstein) February 12, 2024
Kelce is thankful for Reid’s influence in his life, both as a man and as a coach.
Reid has seemingly helped Kelce keep his cool and reign in his temper, something that has proved invaluable throughout his career.
He might have been rowdy at some points in college and potentially steered down the wrong path without proper mentors, but Kelce has surrounded himself with the right people, resulting in a fantastic NFL career to this point.
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