NFL Siblings: Everything You Need to Know Travis and Jason Kelce

NFL Siblings: Everything You Need to Know Travis and Jason Kelce
NFL Siblings: Everything You Need to Know Travis and Jason Kelce

It will be the first time in the 57-year history of the Super Bowl that brothers will play against one another on separate teams. The 2023 Super Bowl will take place tonight in Glendale, Arizona, and pit the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs against one another.
People will be watching to see whether the Chiefs or the Eagles win the game after the national anthem as well as which Kelce brother—Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce or Eagles centre Jason Kelce—will earn the Super Bowl ring.

Here’s all the details you need to know about Travis and Jason before the “Kelce Bowl” event.
From what country are the Kelce brothers?
The younger brother, Jason, was really born in North Carolina; nevertheless, Travis and Jason were reared in Ohio. While Jason is 35, Travis is 33. Jason played linebacker and running back for the football squad while Travis also played basketball and soccer while attending Cleveland Heights High School. Travis later accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Cincinnati, where he was a Bearcats player.
The Eagles picked Jason in the 2011 NFL Draft, and two years later, the Chiefs selected Travis. This evening will see their first championship battle.
Their parents are steel salesman Ed Kelce and Donna Kelce, a lady who has made headlines in her own right leading up to the Super Bowl by donning split clothing to cheer for each of her sons equally throughout the season. I have two split jean jackets, two split shoes, and two split jerseys, she told Insider.
Have Jason and Travis Kelce won any medals?
Travis won a Super Bowl with the Chiefs in 2019 and Jason won one with the Eagles in 2017. While Jason has made the Pro Bowl six times, Travis has played in it eight times.
The next final game, according to Travis, is “wild and kind of bizarre.” ” It’s incredible how things worked out this way. This moment is special. At the same time, I’m simply trying to help the Chiefs win. We will carry this memory with us for the rest of our lives.”
They aren’t always the enemy.
Travis and Jason enjoy cooperating even if they are on opposite ends of the field tonight. They co-host the New Heights podcast, where they talk football and break down big League moments as they happen. They got the name New Heights from Cleveland Heights, Ohio, where they were reared.

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