Jason Kelce hints at attending Chiefs-Bills game to cheer on brother Travis Kelce

Jason Kelce and the Philadelphia Eagles were eliminated from the NFL playoffs, but the offensive tackle may have discovered a silver lining. When questioned about his immediate plans, Jason Kelce mentioned his brother’s team’s Super Bowl campaign.

That’s one of the beauties of the offseason,” he stated during a news conference on January 17. “It is unscheduled. Obviously, my brother (Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce) remains in the playoffs. I don’t get to watch him very frequently. Maybe I can go see one of those games this week.”

The Chiefs’ next game is on January 22 against the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium. Jason Kelce’s participation would mirror Travis Kelce’s debut at an Eagles game earlier this season. On October 14, during the Chiefs’ bye week, the tight end made his public debut with girlfriend Taylor Swift, appearing on “Saturday Night Live” for a date.

Then on October 15, Travis Kelce traveled to East Rutherford, New Jersey, for the Eagles’ game against the New York Jets. The Chiefs player was spotted on the sidelines and in the stands rooting for his brother. Swift did not attend the Eagles-Jets game.

Jason Kelce’s probable participation at the Chiefs-Buffalo game might be another thrilling moment for supporters if he is pictured with Swift. While the Eagles player has had several chats about his brother’s fiancée on the “New Heights” podcast, they have yet to be seen together.

The singer has met Jason and Travis Kelce’s mother, Donna Kelce, and the two have been spotted conversing, laughing, and hugging in the player’s box during Chiefs games.

Donna Kelce recently discussed Jason Kelce’s history with the Eagles. Following the Eagles’ season-ending loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, claims circulated that Jason Kelce had informed his teammates that he was retiring.