I’ll Retire If Andy Reid Quits- Travis Kelce

In the high-stakes world of the NFL, where loyalty often takes a backseat to contracts and team changes, Travis Kelce’s unwavering devotion to his coach, Andy Reid, stands out as a sign of their unique bond, despite all the scrutiny that came after their Super Bowl incident.

During a recent episode of his podcast, “Travis’ New Heights,” the Kansas City Chiefs’ star tight end made a bold declaration: he would hang up his cleats if Reid were to ever step away from coaching. Kelce’s sentiment, shared in the midst of a heartfelt conversation with his brother Jason, shed light on the depth of his commitment to Reid and the Chiefs’ organization.

“I’m a passionate guy,” Kelce expressed, reflecting on a moment of sideline intensity during the Super Bowl. “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.”

For Kelce, playing under Reid’s command has been more than just about football-it’s been a journey of growth and camaraderie. Since joining the Chiefs in 2013, Kelce and Reid have shared in the triumphs and tribulations of the league, culminating in three Super Bowl victories.

Kelce’s outburst on the sideline reflected his desire to win

Kelce’s impassioned display on the sideline wasn’t merely a manifestation of frustration but a reflection of his deep-seated desire to win alongside Reid.

“In a moment where we weren’t playing very well… sometimes those emotions get away from me,” Kelce confessed, acknowledging the intensity of his feelings. “And that’s been the battle of my career. Everybody else? I don’t give a shit what anybody else says.”

In the aftermath of their Super Bowl triumph, Kelce and Reid shared a moment of joy, laughing off the sideline exchange as a byproduct of their shared competitive spirit. Reid, known for his affable demeanor, welcomed Kelce’s intensity, recognizing it as a manifestation of his unwavering commitment to the team’s success.