Jason Kelce and his wife Kylie will be in Buffalo on Sunday afternoon to cheer Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs on against the Bills.
It paves the way for the first meeting between Jason and Kylie and Travis’s girlfriend Taylor Swift, who is expected to be at Highmark Stadium.
Jason had hinted on a couple occasions this week that he was considering making the trip to cheer his younger brother on. And according to People, he now definitely will be there.
A meeting with Swift comes amid reports last week that the singer has an awkward relationship with Jason and Kylie – who has previously said she prefers to watch games from the stands rather than suites, where Swift has always been to cheer Travis on.
That could change on Sunday though – the couple might want to join Taylor in a booth given temperatures are expected to be between 20 and 25 degrees.
Jason joked on the bonus episode of the New Heights podcast he hosts with Travis that he would go to Buffalo just to jump through a table – tipping his hat to the bizarre trend among hardcore Bills fans tailgating at games.
Jason, of course, has a free weekend after the Eagles went out of the playoffs at the hands of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday. It has plunged Jason’s long-term football future into doubt, with reports on Tuesday morning emerging that he told the Eagles locker room that he is retiring.
But since then, the 36-year-old has stayed coy over what the future holds and Travis even suggested on Friday that his big brother could play on.
No timeline has been given as to when Kelce expects to announce his football future.
The Kelce brothers have an extremely close relationship and Travis suggested Jason might keep playing when he spoke at a Chiefs press conference ahead of the Bills game.
‘It came out that he retired and he didn’t really say any of that,’ Travis Kelce said Friday. ‘The end of that game, I think everyone kind of felt for him knowing that he has been thinking about it a lot over the past couple years.’
‘The (Amazon) documentary shows that. You don’t need to go around and ask anybody,’ Travis continued. ‘It’s been cool to see everybody appreciate who he’s been over the years this past week.’
‘I think the big guys still got some football left if he wants it,’ Kelce concluded.
The elder Kelce has stayed in the public eye since Philadelphia’s 32-9 loss to Tampa Bay.
He was not made available to the media after the game, but did speak with reporters on Wednesday, where he did not state his future intentions one way or another.
Kelce also stopped by his local Havertown, Pennsylvania McDonald’s to give a signed jersey to his favorite server.
Swift entering the Kelce family’s orbit has skyrocketed Jason and Travis’ popularity well beyond the gridiron, as both were already first-ballot future Hall of Famers before being mentioned in the same sentence as the 12-time Grammy winner.