Jason Kelce Responds To Brother Travis’ Inappropriate Behavior During Super Bowl

Even though the Super Bowl was a few days ago, it seems like everyone is still talking about it.

From Travis Kelce’s “red flag” behavior toward head coach Andy Reid, to Taylor Swift drinking beer on the jumbotron… it’s still on!
In an attempt to continue the discourse, Travis’ brother Jason Kelce has now added his thoughts on the widely discussed circumstance.

See what he had to say about his brother who had won a championship by continuing to read.

In the second quarter of the Super Bowl, Travis Kelce yells at Andy Reid, the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, in the most furious coach-and-player exchange ever witnessed worldwide.

The Chiefs were struggling to establish a rhythm when the event occurred, following a turnover.

Although Travis has refrained from disclosing what he said at Reid, lip readers have speculated as best they can.
In their podcast on Wednesday, Travis and Jason discussed the matter.

“It looks like you caught Big Red (Reid) off-guard a little bit,” Jason said to his brother.

“As he said, I got him with a cheap shot,” Travis replied. “People are all over this, and I mean — I get it.”

Jason hinted that his younger brother need to acknowledge having “crossed a line.”

“I think we can both agree on that.”

Travis acknowledged that he shouldn’t be “bumping” his coach, but he omitted to mention what some have referred to as “a big red flag.”

“Let’s be honest. The yelling in his face, too, is over the top. I think there’s better ways to handle this, retrospectively,” Jason told his brother.

Travis claimed he and Reid have moved on, despite the fact that everyone is still talking about the exchange between the player and the coach.

“I just love playing for the guy, man. Unfortunately, sometimes my passion comes out where it looks like it’s negativity, but I’m grateful that he knows it’s all because I want to win this thing with him more than anything,” Travis said.

Is it appropriate for Travis Kelce to issue a public apology, or should we all move past this?

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