Star tight end Travis Kelce, 33, is a very important member of the Kansas City Chiefs. In the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft, the Chiefs selected him, and he later helped the team defeat the San Francisco 49ers to win Super Bowl LIV. At Cincinnati, he played college football and achieved quite a lot.
📽️ “I’m watching the same film he’s watching or at least I think I am. He’s just got a way better imagination on what can work and what can’t work…
That’s what makes Coach Reid the greatest Offensive mind ever in this game.”
– Travis Kelce (on Andy Reid) pic.twitter.com/g4SBbQkrJT
— Coach Dan Casey (@CoachDanCasey) January 12, 2023
Travis Kelce is a native of Ohio. He played football, basketball, and baseball while attending Cleveland Heights High School. With three years of quarterbacking the football team and 2,539 offensive yards, he was rated as a two-star prospect.
He was selected 63rd overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2013 NFL Draft. The T.E was denied twice and fined $11,025 and $24,309, respectively, for his unsportsmanlike behavior. He has been selected for the Pro Bowl three times and the All-Pro team once. In 2019, he won the Super Bowl, catching six passes for 43 receiving yards and a touchdown as well as one carry for two rushing yards in the 31-20 victory.
Travis Kelce’s Net worth
After nine years in the NFL, Travis Kelce is said to have a net worth of $20 million. He has earned almost $150 million from just contracts.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Travis Kelce recently agreed to a four-year, $57,250,000 contract with a $22,750,000 guaranteed base salary and an average annual value of $14,312,500. With a cap hit of $14,801,666 and a dead cap value of $7,655,000 in 2023, Kelce will make a base salary of $11,250,000, a roster bonus of $750,000, and a workout bonus of $250,000.
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As a rookie in 2013, Kelce signed a three-year, $3.12 million deal with the NFL, which included a $703,304 signing bonus. He received his first extension in 2016, worth $46 million over 5 seasons. The best tight end in the NFL right now is Kelce, and it doesn’t appear that he will be retiring anytime soon.
Kelce has a winning personality, attractive looks, and of course, undeniable athletic ability. It’s not surprising that he has signed many endorsement deals over the course of his career because he is such a household name and a true superstar in the league.
McDonald’s, Papa John’s, Nike, Dick’s Sporting Goods, L’Homme de Maison, Lokai, LG, Tide, Helzberg Diamonds, Walgreens, Old Spice, T-Mobile, Sleep Number, Hy-Vee, Dave N Busters, Amazon, and Ashoc Energy are a few of those businesses.