Travis Kelce and Andy Reid Speak Out on Their Physical Sideline Confrontation

Travis Kelce and Andy Reid Speak Out on Their Physical Sideline Confrontation


Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and tight end Travis Kelce have each commented on a viral movement from Sunday’s Super Bowl in which the latter was seen yelling at and putting his hands on the former in a fit of rage.

The Chiefs’ offense struggled for much of the game in Las Vegas, but quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw a touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman in the final seconds of overtime to win it.

Kansas City defeated San Francisco 25-22 to claim its second title in back-to-back seasons and its third in the last five years.

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But after Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco lost a red zone fumble in the second quarter, a heated Kelce approached Reid screaming and put his hands on him

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