Kansas City Chiefs decision could keep Travis Kelce from retirement Due to……

Kansas City Chiefs decision could keep Travis Kelce from retirement

The Kansas City Chiefs have handed head coach Andy Reid a new contract, which could have a huge impact on the future of superstar tight end Travis Kelce in the NFLTravis Kelce has hinted he could remain in the game for another five years following a decision by the Kansas City Chiefs. The NFL team secured head coach Andy Reid with a new contract, which may encourage Kelce to stay on.

Andy Reid can now boast the title of top-earning coach in the NFL, thanks to winning consecutive Super Bowl titles and securing his place in the sport’s history. He will lead his team in an attempt to win an unprecedented third victory in a row.

Reid’s new deal runs until after 2029, signalling he has no intention of retiring soon. Even though there had been speculation that he might retire if his team won another championship. Keeping Coach Reid is already seen as a significant achievement by Chiefs fans to maintain their high performance. It could also mean that tight end Kelce stays with the team for a longer time.

Kelce has previously suggested he would stay with the Chiefs while Reid remains as head coach. He doesn’t want to play for any other NFL team. In post-Super Bowl remarks on his ‘New Heights’ podcast, Kelce confessed: “I love Coach Reid, Coach Reid knows how much I love to play for him, how much I love to be a product of his coaching career.

“I’m not playing for anybody else but Big Red. If he calls it quits this year I’m out of there with him, man.”

He later added: “I’ve got a certain relationship with him. He’s checked me a few times and I just wanted to let him know that I wanted this thing, and he can put it on me and I got him.”

Kelce reflected on the moment he was seen shouting at Reid on the sidelines during the Super Bowl when they were trailing against the San Francisco 49ers, expressing regret but acknowledging it wouldn’t impact their bond.

He said: “It came at a moment where we weren’t playing very well – I wasn’t playing very well – and we had to get some s*** going. And sometimes those emotions get away from me, and that’s been the battle of my career. Everybody else? I don’t give a s*** what anybody else says.”

With two years remaining on his contract, Kelce has consistently accepted less pay to stay with the team that drafted him in 2013. Both Kelce and Reid joined the Chiefs in the same off-season – after Reid had spent two years coaching Travis’ older brother Jason Kelce with the Philadelphia Eagles.

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