The Chiefs have been celebrating their Super Bowl victory in Las Vegas, a city whose name I can no longer type without picturing Travis Kelce
While the Chiefs clearly won what we can all agree was an extremely nerve-racking game, there were several anxious moments. Specifically, Travis Kelce was captured on camera shouting at and assaulting coach Andy Reid.
And now Andy, who previously assured everyone that this was no big issue, has disclosed exactly what Travis said. Andy told ESPN, "He threw me off balance.
I was not watching. He kept coming over and saying, 'Just put me in, and I'll score. I will score. So that's exactly what it was. I adore that. This is not the first time.
The Chiefs coach earlier told reporters, "The part I like is that he enjoys playing the game and wants to see his team win. It's not a selfish thing, and I get that.
And thus, as much as he bumps into me, I pursue him. We realize that. He just knocked me off balance."
FYI, Travis was also asked about the scene immediately following the Super Bowl and replied, "Oh, you saw that? Man, that was.
.I'm going to keep that between us unless my mic'd-up informs everyone, but I was just telling him how much I adore him."