In their first podcast after Super Bowl 57, Jason and Travis Kelce sobbed as they discussed their parents.
Before her boys made history by playing for rival teams in the Super Bowl, Donna Kelce gained media attention during the week leading up to the event.
Jason Kelce broke down during the podcast, which was released on Wednesday when he talked about visiting his mother after the game. The Kansas City Chiefs and their star tight end, Travis Kelce, had recently defeated Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce and his colleagues.
Jason Kelce paused to gather himself before continuing, “The minute I saw Mom is when I became very emotional, ’cause, man, it was just wonderful.” “… She had a week of absolute bliss, you know.”
During the “New Heights” podcast, which debuted before the 2022 season, Travis Kelce commented.
He remarked, “She was the heavyweight champion, man.” “Man, she was on top of things and shone the entire time. The best part was that. Mom, you did ruin it. You’ve been nailing it, dad.”
COOKIES FROM HOME AND STARDOM
At Opening Night, Donna Kelce had her big moment when she gave her sons homemade cookies live on television.
More than 188,000 people signed an online petition asking Donna Kelce to toss the honorary coin during the Super Bowl.
The league persisted with its plans to honor Pat Tillman, a former NFL player who abruptly retired following 9/11 and died while fighting in Afghanistan. However, Donna Kelce accepted NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s invitation to sit next to him during the game.
Donna Kelce was supposed to take part in a Wednesday victory parade for the Chiefs Bud Light giveaway.
Jason Kelce gushed over the week-long celebrations, saying, “It was just so wonderful, man, to get to see her rejoice in that fashion with us.” “And it was a fantastic time. I’m just so pleased for her and glad that while her dad had his moment, she did too. Ironically, you cry after a Super Bowl loss even when you’re not sobbing because of sadness. They are happy tears, you know.”
Travis Kelce dried his tears as Jason Kelce talked.
He confessed, “I was boo-hoo crying all week.” “America, the football world, I can’t thank you enough for jumping on board, enjoying our family the way you did, and supporting our family the way you did. It was a pretty fantastic experience.
I’ll remember that week and the events leading up to that game more than most of what happened during that game, and I adore you guys for it.
Ridiculizing Patrick Mahomes
The Kelce brothers took on the role of casting agents at one point in the podcast, discussing which actors would play them and other Eagles and Chiefs players if a movie about them and their team was created.
Who would replace Patrick Mahomes, the Chief’s quarterback?
The obvious response, according to Jason Kelce, is Kermit the Frog.
Travis Kelce retorted with a smile, “Chill out man.”
Jason Kelce responded “Everyone agrees that’s how he sounds. I don’t mean to be rude about it.”
Clearing up the “Kelce Bowlpast “‘s
Jason Kelce refuted allegations that he sent his brother a “(Expletive) you, congratulations” following Super Bowl 57.
Regarding the news articles, Travis Kelce chuckled and remarked, “Uh, I don’t recall that one,” I responded. When the brothers first met on the field, I was at a loss for words, and although you didn’t say much, I know you didn’t utter (expletive).”
In addition Jason “I kept quiet because I wanted you to join your team in celebrating. I didn’t want you to feel sorry for me because I knew you would.”
According to Jason Kelce, his expectant wife has not yet given birth despite attending the game with her OBGYN. It will probably take place before he decides whether or not to retire before the upcoming season. He recently finished his 12th NFL season.
Jason Kelce, 35, replied, “I don’t know the answer to that right now. “… We shall see. The batteries will be allowed to recharge. I’m worn out, dude. It’s a demanding season on a mental, physical, and emotional level.”
One thing is certain: following a break, the brothers will resume their podcast.
Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce are brothers who both play professional football.
Travis Kelce is a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs in the National Football League (NFL). He was born on October 5, 1989, in Westlake, Ohio, and played college football at the University of Cincinnati. He was selected by the Chiefs in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft and has since become one of the best tight ends in the league. He has been named to the Pro Bowl six times and was a first-team All-Pro in 2020.
Jason Kelce is a center for the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL. He was born on November 5, 1987, in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and played college football at the University of Cincinnati. He was selected by the Eagles in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft and has been with the team ever since. He has been named to the Pro Bowl three times and was a first-team All-Pro in 2017.
The Kelce brothers are known for their athleticism, toughness, and competitiveness on the football field, and have both established themselves as among the best players in their respective positions in the NFL.
Both Travis and Jason Kelce are renowned for their magnetic personalities and their capacity to build relationships with teammates and fans in addition to their on-field success.
Travis Kelce has become a fan favorite due to his unique touchdown celebrations and his outgoing personality. He has also become known for his philanthropic work, including his involvement with the “87 & Running” foundation, which aims to provide resources and opportunities to underprivileged youth.
Jason Kelce is also known for his outgoing personality and has become a fan favorite in Philadelphia due to his passionate speeches and colorful outfits. He is widely regarded as one of the best centers in the NFL and has been a key member of the Eagles offensive line during their recent successes, including their Super Bowl victory in 2018.
Despite playing for different teams, the Kelce brothers remain close and have supported each other throughout their respective careers. They even made history in 2021 when both were named first-team All-Pros, becoming the first pair of brothers to accomplish the feat in the same season.