Wrong sport, Trav! Kelce plays basketball with his teammates in the Kansas City Chiefs locker room… hours after sealing his spot in the Super Bowl (and packing on the PDA with girlfriend Taylor Swift!)

  • Kelce balled out for the Chiefs on Sunday, leading the team in receiving yards 
  • He’ll hope to win a third Super Bowl, moving second all time among tight ends 
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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce was seen partaking in another sport after leading his team to a fourth Super Bowl in five years.

Back in the Chiefs locker room after beating the Baltimore Ravens, Kelce was seen playing basketball – as captured by teammate Izaiah Gathings’ Instagram account.

It came almost a day after putting up a strong performance that led to yet another title game for Kansas City.

Kelce led the team in receptions with eleven and catching yards with 116 as well as an early touchdown.

He also laid out to make a remarkable catch that extended a drive and led to the go-ahead touchdown that KC never looked back from.

Travis Kelce was seen relaxing by playing basketball in the Chiefs locker room on Monday

Kelce led the team with 116 receiving yards, a touchdown, and this clutch catch leading to a TD

Kelce led the team with 116 receiving yards, a touchdown, and this clutch catch leading to a TD

After the victory, Kelce celebrated on the field with teammates and girlfriend Taylor Swift

After the victory, Kelce celebrated on the field with teammates and girlfriend Taylor Swift

After the game, Kelce was seen celebrating down on the field with his teammates and coaches.

He also shared a tender moment with his girlfriend Taylor Swift – where microphones overheard him telling the pop star that he loved her.

Now, at age 34, Kelce is set to play in his fourth Super Bowl to try and win his third ring and championship.

It could cement him as the greatest tight end in the history of the game – with the second-most titles of all time if he wins Super Bowl LVIII.

He’ll have to defeat the San Francisco 49ers, one of the league’s bonafide top teams all season long, in order to reach that mark. 

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