Travis Kelce surprises his brother with funny video from when they were kids: Even Taylor Swift would have laughed

Travis Kelce surprises his brother with funny video from when they were kids: Even Taylor Swift would have laughed

Travis Kelce celebrated National Sibling Day by posting adorable photos of himself and his brother, Jason, as children before they ever seriously dreamed of making it to the National Football League with the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.

The 34-year-old, who is a three-time Super Bowl champion alongside Patrick Mahomes, posted a collage of photos onto his personal social media accounts, including a funny video that would have made even Taylor Swift laugh

Travis Kelce surprises his brother with funny video from when they were kids: Even Taylor Swift would have laughed

The clip showed the pair getting older and older until they faced off for the Lombardi Trophy in the 2022 Super Bowl, which Travis and co. won as the pair both bid to become two-time NFL champions.

It also showed them playing in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle onesies as kids, before they were spotted tackling each other as the montage was accompanied by the song Family by The Chainsmokers and was posted onto TikTok.

Jason’s continued support and Travis’ eternal gratitude
The Kelce brothers are highly supportive of each other and Jason was even spotted cheering on his younger sibling at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, before enjoying himself at the afterparty following the 25-22 Chiefs win.

Jason’s support even goes back to their college days when Travis was kicked off the team for using marijuana, as he vouched for him during NFL Drafting and that was enough to convince Andy Reid to take the gamble and the rest is history.

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“Jason and I have actually been playing football together since we were little kids and he was always better than me – at everything,” Travis has previously admitted. “In high school, he was an honor student and I got kicked off the team because I failed French.

“And then, when we were in college, I actually got kicked off the team because I tested positive for marijuana. He could have killed me but he was very bit of a mentor in those moments, man.

“Along the way, there was some tough brother s**t that I just had to hear and I knew my brother had gone to the coaches and said, ‘You know, if you give him a second chance, he won’t screw up.’ It kind of put his word on the line, without that guy, I don’t know where [or] what I would be doing.”

Travis subtly made a sweet gesture to his older brother by wearing the number 87 on his jersey, which is the year that Jason was born in.