REPORT: As his NFL career comes to an end, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is making some big plans

Last year, he filed five new trademark requests with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The trademarks include his full name, “Travis Kelce,” along with “Flight 87,” which is a reference to his jersey number, “Alright Nah,” his signature catchphrase, “KillaTrav,” his Instagram username, and “Kelce’s Krunch,” which hints at a breakfast cereal product.

The two-time Super Bowl champion is seeking to be the most marketable tight end off the field. Kelce’s No. 87 Chiefs jersey saw a 400% boost after his billionaire girlfriend’s attendance at the Chiefs home game against the Bears.

Kelce has been seen in various commercials for companies such as Pfizer, Experian, and Campbell’s as well.

Now, he’s looking to take on Hollywood.

Emily Smith of The Wrap reports Kelce is exploring multiple things outside of the NFL that include movie roles and product endorsements. He hasn’t signed anything as of yet, but due to his newfound popularity due to his relationship with Taylor Swift, those deals should be coming soo

In the shadow of his football superstardom, the 34-year-old Chiefs tight end has already set the stage to make his mark in Hollywood. Industry insiders tell TheWrap that Kelce and his team are considering movie roles, developing unscripted shows for the star, exploring comedy opportunities and pursuing product endorsements.

The Wrap has also exclusively learned that a host of top filmmakers — including “White Lotus” producer David Bernad — have been flying to Kansas City during the football season to meet with Kelce about a reality show he hopes to produce and appear in.

Kelce was tied as the seventh-highest-paid tight end this past season with San Francisco 49ers star George Kittle.

The star reportedly earns $5 million for his endorsements but earned a whopping $20 million for his Pfizer commercial. Some of his known investments include Cholula hot sauce, the rowing machine Hydrow, RealTruck truck accessories men’s fashion brand Indochino, and the athlete-owned media network ThePlayersTV.

Even after his career is over, we will be seeing a ton of Travis Kelce somewhere.