Travis Kelce of the Chiefs bumps Andy Reid during a heated Super Bowl sideline exchange.

Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs' standout tight end, was upset after a play in Super Bowl LVIII against the San Francisco 49ers, and he vented his fury with head coach Andy Reid.

Kelce was spotted shoving Reid in a heated sideline discussion after sitting out for a red zone play in the second quarter that resulted in a fumble by running back Isiah Pacheco.

The Kansas City Star's Sam McDowell said that Kelce had to be physically restrained by Chiefs running back Jerick McKinnon.

Kelce and Reid quickly reconciled, as reported by The Athletic's Mike Jones, with Kelce hugging his head coach and receiving a slap on the back later in the first half.

Kelce was also frustrated by the 49ers' defense, which left him ineffective. Kelce had only one catch for one yard when he collided with Reid,

and the Chiefs were trailing 3-0 in a defensive fight.This isn't the first time Kelce has been unable to control his emotions on the sidelines. 

. During a Christmas Day loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, Kelce was seen throwing his helmet at the bench in rage.

Reid, for his part, has always encouraged Kelce to express himself fully.

"Travis is always pumped up. But in the playoffs, he's even more so," Reid remarked after Kelce caught 11 passes for 116 yards and a touchdown in the AFC Championship game against

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