5 things you need know


Here’s what you need to know about the Kelce family.

Travis and Jason Kelce are all anyone is talking about when it comes to Super Bowl rivalry. The brother will go head-to-head on opposing teams when Jason’s Philadelphia Eagles take on Travis’ Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, Feb. 12 in Glendale, Arizona.

But you’re probably here because you’re interested in their family, and who wouldn’t be with two professional NFL football players in it?

Here are five facts about the Kelce’s you might not already know:

5. Donna Kelce is a super fan of both her sons

Donna Kelce, the mother of Travis and Jason was actually able to attend both of her son’s playoff games on the same day. That takes incredible dedication and you’d expect nothing less of a mom.

She’s also seen both her sons play in (and win) a Super Bowl in person, but this season will be the first time she’s watched them play in a Super Bowl together.

4. Donna Kelce has a custom jersey for her sons

And, in case you are wondering, she has a custom jersey with half Jason and half Travis colors and numbers. She really has thought of everything.

3. Ed Kelce is a pretty private person

Ed Kelce, the father of Jason and Travis, attends games alongside his wife but isn’t as vocal on social media or TV. He has done a few interviews but for the most part, keeps to himself.

And, unlike Patrick Mahomes’ dad, he wasn’t a former athlete himself.

2. Is Travis Kelce dating anyone?

Eagles fans already know that Jason is married to Kylie McDevitt and they have a daughter, Wyatt, 3, and a son, Elliotte, 1. But Chiefs fans may not know about Travis’ relationship status.

According to Page Six, Travis has been dating Kayla Nicole off and on for some time. Last we heard, they were on again, so maybe we’ll spot her sitting with Brittany Mahomes on Sunday.

1. Where are Travis and Jason from?

The Kelce family was raised in Cleveland Heights, Ohio where they both played sports throughout their early years. They also both went to college in Cincinnati Ohio.

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