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Travis Kelce’s carries the Chiefs to another Super Bowl.



Travis Kelce dismounted the trophy ceremony stage and reunited with Taylor Swift.

“Family?” she asked, their arms around each other’s waists.

“I’m trying to find my brother,” the tight end told the international pop star after his Kansas City Chiefs had triumphed 17-10 over the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game.

Swift pointed to Kelce’s mother, Donna, and his father, Ed. She explained that brother Jason, also the Philadelphia Eagles’ starting center for the past 13 years was “lagging behind.”

Then they located Jason closer to midfield and approached, with Swift stepping aside to give the brothers a moment.

“That was fun to watch,” Jason screamed over the rancor of the Chiefs’ fourth Super Bowl berth in five years. “Finish this motherf***er.”

“F*** yeah,” Travis responded, in tears. “Goddamn, I love you.”

Plenty has changed for the Kelces in the year since the Super Bowl in which the brothers’ teams faced off, the Super Bowl in which their mother so thoroughly leaned into the public spotlight.

Swift wasn’t in the picture then. Jason wasn’t on the brink of retirement, nor had he received a, well, non-football accolade from People Magazine.

And yet, a year ago like three and four years ago the Chiefs were riding a similar recipe to the biggest stage.

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