Jason and Travis Kelce concluded their latest NFL rematch with another heartfelt exchange.
In the much-anticipated face-off between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs, the Kelce brothers met on the field for the fourth time since their memorable clash in the 2023 Super Bowl. This time, the Eagles emerged victorious with a 21-17 win at Arrowhead Stadium on Monday night.
Immediately after the game, Jason and Travis sought each other out on the field for a brief yet meaningful interaction. They shared an embrace and a laugh before Travis proceeded to the locker room, and Jason continued greeting others on the field.
While this on-field moment was slightly less emotional than their encounter after Super Bowl LVII in February, where the Chiefs triumphed over the Eagles 38-35, it still carried significance. The Super Bowl marked a historic event as the first time siblings on opposing teams played against each other in the championship, with Travis securing his third win over Jason in their ongoing matchups.
After the clock ran out in the latest game, the brothers again came together for an emotional moment on the field. “Come here,” Jason, the older brother at 35, said to his teary-eyed 33-year-old brother, going in for a hug. “Good job, Travis. Congratulations.”
“I love you, big guy,” Travis responded, to which Jason replied, “I love you, too. Good job. Go celebrate.” Expressing a mix of emotions, Travis mentioned, “I don’t know what to tell you, big guy,” as Jason insisted, “Go celebrate.” Before Travis could fully immerse himself in the celebratory atmosphere, Jason shared, “I love you… Funnest year of my life.”
The bond of brotherly love was unmistakably on full display.