Travis Kelce moves the Chiefs to ‘tears’ with ‘unbelievable and powerful’ pre-Super Bowl speech

Travis Kelce moves the Chiefs to ‘tears’ with ‘unbelievable and powerful’ pre-Super Bowl speech
Travis Kelce moves the Chiefs to ‘tears’ with ‘unbelievable and powerful’ pre-Super Bowl speech

 

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, reportedly moved his teammates to tears with an emotional speech ahead of Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

 

According to NFL reporter Albert Breer, Chiefs coach Andy Reid and players Patrick Mahomes and Chris Jones also gave pep talks.

“All were great,” Breer wrote via X (formerly Twitter).

“Kelce particularly so— ‘Unbelievable’ and ‘powerful,’ according to people in the room, to the point where some teammates were moved to tears.”

Another coach described the athlete’s address as “the best talk/speech I’ve ever heard.”

The Kansas City Chiefs are vying to become the first team to win back-to-back Vince Lombardi trophies in 20 years, while their opponents — the San Francisco 49ers —are looking to end a 30-year drought.

The “Bad Blood” singer, 34, was spotted arriving to Sunday’s big game alongside gal pals Blake Lively and Ice Spice and her mom, Andrea Swift, after landing in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon.

The pop star wore a gold “87” necklace in honor of her beau, 34, along with a red jacket, a black corset top and crystal-embellished jeans.

Swift had to travel through several different time zones to make it back for Super Bowl LVIII, where she is expected to occupy a VIP suite that is being paid for by Kelce.

The tight end’s parents, Donna and Ed Kelce, brother Jason Kelce and sister-in-law Kylie Kelce will join her.