Brotherly Love on the World's Biggest Field: Meet the Mother and Sons Who Will Make History in Next Week's Super Bowl
Two brothers are set to make history as the first siblings to play against each other in the Super Bowl (and their mother the first mom to have two sons face off) – and it’s all love between them ahead of this year’s big game. Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce have been each other’s biggest fans throughout their successful careers in the NFL, and this championship game will be no different.
“Cool scenario to be in, you know?” Travis Kelce said. “My mom can’t lose.”
Their mother, Donna Kelce, frequently travels from city to city to watch her boys play and even has a custom-made jersey stitching together her two sons’ uniforms.
Travis added, “It’s going to be an amazing feeling playing against him…You won’t see me talk too much trash because of how much I love my brother. But it’s going to be an emotional game, for sure.”
While they might not play for the same team, the Kelce brothers found another way to share their passion for football by starting a new podcast called “New Heights with Jason & Travis Kelce.” During the weekly show where they discuss big headlines in sports and give an inside look into the NFL, it’s clear just how close of a bond they share and how much love they have for one another.
Click here to read more about how these brothers are feeling about playing against each other in Super Bowl LVII.
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