Travis Kelce Merch
Travis Kelce Merch - Kansas City Chiefs (2013-Present)
Kelce initially signed a four-year rookie contract with the Chiefs, worth $3.12 with a guaranteed amount of $703, 304. He missed his first season due to injury but since has been one of the most impactful players for the Kansas outfit. He helped the Chiefs reach three Super Bowls, winning one in 2019 (Super Bowl LIV).
Kelce renewed his Chiefs contract in 2016. Kelce has made it to 8 Pro-Bowls as a Chiefs player. He holds several NFL records and also holds the franchise record for most 100+ yard receiving games.
Travis’ brother Jason Kelce played for the Eagles, making it the first Super Bowl to feature two brothers on opposing teams. The Chiefs beat the Eagles 38–35 in the Super Bowl to give Travis his second Super Bowl ring.
Considered a two-star recruit by Rivals.com, Kelce accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Cincinnati over offers from Akron, Eastern Michigan, and Miami (OH). He joined his brother, Jason Kelce, who was the starting left guard for the Bearcats.
After redshirting in 2008, he appeared in 11 games, playing at tight end and quarterback out of the Wildcat formation. He tallied eight rushes for 47 yards and two touchdowns along with one reception for three yards in 2009. The following season, he did not play due to a violation of team rules, which was later revealed to be failing a drug test by testing positive for marijuana.
After serving a one-year suspension, Kelce was back with the team to start the 2011 season. For the season, he saw action in games as a tight end and recorded 13 catches totaling 150 yards and two touchdowns. In his last collegiate season, he set personal career highs in receptions (45), receiving yards (722), yards per receptions (16.0), and receiving touchdowns , he also earned first-team all-conference honors. In March 2013, Kelce was named winner of the College Football Performance Awards Tight End of the Year.