GLENDALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 12: Jason Kelce #62 of the Philadelphia Eagles speaks with Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs after Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium on February 12, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona. The Chiefs defeated the Eagles 38-35. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
Fans of the Kelce brothers can’t wait to hear what Jason Kelce will have to say about his younger brother’s stumble ahead of today’s Kansas City Chiefs-Baltimore Ravens AFC Championship game.
In a brief moment that was, unfortunately for Travis Kelce, caught on camera, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end tripped while walking up a flight of stairs with his teammates. Luckily he didn’t fall, and seemed able to recover quickly, but one person on social media was quick to indicate that he might be in store for a bit of teasing when the brothers have time to discuss what happened on game day.
“Oh yeah,” wrote the social media user who posted a clip of Travis’ stumble on X (formerly Twitter), suggesting that Jason, 36, “is def going to bring this up on the pod this week.” The X user tagged Jason and New Heights, the podcast that the brothers co-host, in their tweet, which had more than 17,700 views by 5 p.m. ET on Sunday.
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Travis, 34, is currently playing against the Ravens in the 2024 AFC Championship game at Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium. Whichever team wins today will compete in Super Bowl LVIII on Feb. 11.
Jason, a center for the Philadelphia Eagles, has been cheering his brother on in person since his own team’s season ended earlier this month. Jason was in New York to watch the Chiefs claim victory over the Buffalo Bills last week and is currently cheering on the Chiefs at M&T Bank Stadium. In both cases, Jason has been spotted sporting T-shirts emblazoned with the phrase “Big Yeti,” a nod to his younger brother’s nickname.
Jason’s attendance at the Chiefs-Ravens game has thus far been somewhat muted in comparison with his antics at the Chiefs-Bills game on Jan. 21. In addition to attending a tailgate before last weekend’s game to the delight of many Bills fans, Jason made headlines when he jumped shirtless from the box he was sharing with other members of the Kelce family into the stadium to cheer on his brother.
The Kelce brothers discussed the Chiefs’ victory over the Bills and Jason’s game day activities during last week’s episode of New Heights. They will likely discuss the outcome of today’s game on their next podcast episode, which is expected to be released on Wednesday, Jan. 31.