Travis Kelce and Dalton Kincaid swap jerseys as they continue their tight end bromance… months after the Bills rookie gave Taylor Swift’s beau a handmade friendship bracelet

Tight ends Travis Kelce and Dalton Kincaid swapped jerseys after their game
The pair struck up a friendship during a tight ends training camp in the summer

Travis Kelce and Dalton Kincaid continued their blossoming tight end bromance on Sunday when they traded jerseys after the Chiefs’ defeat by the Bills.

The duo appeared to strike up a friendship in the summer when Kincaid gifted Kelce a friendship bracelet.

Kincaid was making his first appearance at Tight End U – the successful offseason summit for tight ends around the NFL to attend and work out at.

Kincaid, the Bills’ rookie sensation, said at the time that he was ‘trying to make some friends so I’m passing out some friendship bracelets’.

Kelce and Greg Olsen were also handing out bracelets and the Chiefs star looked delighted to discover that Kincaid had one for him.

Travis Kelce and Dalton Kincaid traded jerseys after the Chiefs’ defeat by the Bills on Sunday
Kincaid and Kelce hit it off at Tight End U in the summer when the Bills star gave him a bracelet
Kelce was so happy that one of his colleagues gave him one after he handed plenty out

After their latest meeting – at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday night – Kelce and Kincaid decided to swap shirts and posed for pictures with them.

Kelce was filmed signing the jersey on the pitch before handing it over to his fellow tight end.

They then exchanged a handshake before posing for pictures with each other’s jerseys.

Speaking in the locker room after the game, Kincaid joked that his fellow Bills tight end Dawson Knox was jealous that he got Kelce’s jersey.

The rookie said: ‘That was pretty cool.

‘I think Dawson is a little upset but I’m pretty excited, yeah.’

Kincaid has flourished in his first season in the NFL as part of Buffalo’s new two-tight end formation along with Knox.

Kincaid caught five passes for 21 yards as the Bills controversially ran out 20-17 winners
Taylor Swift’s beau thought he had helped the Chiefs win the game before they were penalized

Though Knox’s recent injury led to Buffalo ditching the formation, Kincaid has increased his production and ranks second on the team with 61 catches and third with 495 yards.

On Sunday night, Kincaid caught five passes for 21 yards as the Bills controversially ran out 20-17 winners at Arrowhead Stadium.

Kelce, meanwhile, caught six receptions for 83 yards but failed to get into the end zone.

Taylor Swift’s beau thought he had helped the Chiefs win the game with an outrageous lateral pass to receiver Kadarius Toney – who got into the end zone.

However, officials brought the play back after spotting Toney was offside when the ball was snapped.

The decision infuriated Patrick Mahomes and his Chiefs teammates and coaches with the NFL now said to be reviewing the quarterback’s furious outburst on the sideline.