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The KC Chiefs and the NFL Should Not Be So Quick to 'Shake It Off' - UConn  Today

The NFL great Terry Bradshaw has acknowledged that after Travis Kelce shoved and yelled at him during the Super Bowl, he “felt bad” for Andy Reid, the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.

Cameras captured Kelce’s conversation with his head coach during the Chiefs’ 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas during the second quarter.

Kelce was standing on the sideline when Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco fumbled the ball away moments before the incident.

“I felt sorry for Andy because he had to have hip surgery,” Bradshaw remarked.

He was holding his game plan. And I don’t think Kelce pushed him or anything when he went over; instead, I think he went over and unintentionally bumped him. Even if it was an accident, it didn’t look good on TV.
Bradshaw continued by saying that he texted Reid following the game and was taken aback by how fast he got a reply.

Regarding the text conversation with Reid, Bradshaw stated, “Nothing about Kelce.” Kelce was upset, and it ended. The football match was won by them.

Kelce finished up with nine receptions for ninety-three yards in the Super Bowl.

In addition to receiving criticism for his actions and words toward Reid during the game, Kelce’s brother Jason chastised him severely on their New Heights podcast.

“You crossed the line,” Jason said to him. Let’s be sincere. The ranting directed towards him is excessive as well. Retrospectively, there are better methods to manage this.

Travis concurred, even joking that if Reid retired, he would give up football.

‘I can’t get that fired up to the point where I’m bumping coach and it’s pulling him off balance,’ the tight end hit back. I was thinking “oh s***” when he staggered.

“I am a passionate individual. I adore Coach Reid. He is aware of my love for both playing for him and being a result of his teaching abilities.

My only opponent when I play is Big Red. I’m hanging out with him if he calls it quits this year, man.

“I have a particular bond with him.” I wanted to let him know that I wanted this item, that he may put it on me, and that I have him after he checked me a few times.

It arrived at a time when our performance was lacking. We needed to get some s*** going and I wasn’t playing well. Sometimes, dude, those feelings get the better of me. That has been my career’s challenge.

“I don’t care what other people think.” Coach Reid and I had a little laugh when we discussed it today.


I absolutely adore playing for the guy, dude, and I couldn’t be more proud of our team’s progress since I joined in 2013. I’m also extremely proud of being his product on the field.

“Unfortunately, sometimes my passion comes out where it seems like negativity, but I’m thankful that he understands that it’s all for the greater good—I really want to win this thing with him.”

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