Travis Kelce appears set to break his silence on his link to Taylor Swift after she appeared at the Kansas City Chiefs game against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, setting the sports world on fire.
Kelce, and his brother Jason, dropped the trailer for his the latest episode of their podcast “New Heights.” The trailer begins with the Philadelphia Eagles center telling his brother that they have to talk about his personal life.
“Yeah, my personal life that’s not so personal. I did this to myself, Jason. I know this,” Travis said.
“Well Travis, how’s it feel that Taylor Swift has finally put you on the map?” Jason asked referencing a recent TikTok trend.
The trailer ends there as the new episode drops later Wednesday morning.
Swift made her way to Arrowhead Stadium in support of Kelce and the Chiefs as the dating rumors created massive interest on what was happening high above the field rather than what was happening off it. On Sunday night, the two were seen leaving the stadium together.
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The star tight end led the Chiefs in receiving with seven catches for 69 yards and the score. Swift appeared to yell, “Let’s f—ing go!” as Kelce scored his lone touchdown.
Swift’s appearance at the Chiefs game came as rumors swirl around her possible relationship with Kelce. Things seemed to percolate more when Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, Travis’ brother, remarked that he believed the rumors to “100% true.”
He may have touched on something as Swift sat in Kelce’s box alongside his mother, Donna. She was up and cheering for him when he scored the touchdown.
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He talked about the rumors on “The Pat McAfee Show” on Friday.
“It’s life, baby,” Travis Kelce told McAfee about the rumors spreading. “I threw the ball in her court and told her, ‘I’ve seen you rock the stage in Arrowhead. You might have to come see me rock the stage in Arrowhead and see which one’s a little more lit.’ We’ll see what happens in the near future.”
The initial report came from The Messenger, which said Kelce, the four-time first-team All-Pro, has been “quietly hanging out” with Swift, the pop music sensation, for weeks.
“She and Travis have hung out twice, and it’s nothing serious. She thinks he is very charming, and they have been texting this last week,” a source told The Messenger recently. “He is a little embarrassed at how much attention they are getting, but he has told her he would love to continue seeing her.”
Kelce revealed on his podcast, “New Heights,” with his brother that back in July he had made a failed attempt to meet Swift, where his intention had been to give her his number.
Both of them might be seeing “Red” for a few more weeks before she begins the end of Eras Tour U.S. leg and embarks on the international portion.
Dolphins ‘Hard Knocks’ shows emotional moment Jaelan Phillips tore Achilles: ‘No f—ing way, bro!’
Miami Dolphins budding star pass rusher Jaelan Phillips was enjoying a breakout season when he entered MetLife Stadium to face the New York Jets on Black Friday. But he left the field prematurely with a season-ending Achilles injury, one that was captured by HBO’s and NFL Films’ cameras for “Hard Knocks.”
As you’d expect in that moment, raw emotion was all over Phillips’ face as he came to terms with what happened on the turf in real time.
Phillips was having a great game prior to going down, securing a sack and four tackles, two of which were for losses. But he was looking to finish strong and padding those stats in what became a blowout victory for Miami.
But when he went to burst off the line of scrimmage, something Phillips said he’s done 1,000 times before, he immediately felt a pop in his right ankle. Phillips hit the deck and that’s when everything started to set in.
“I think my s— popped,” Phillips told a teammate, as he was mic’d up for the game. “My Achilles. I think my Achilles popped bro.”
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“No, no, no, you’re all right,” the teammate responded.
As Phillips laid on the turf, the Dolphins’ medical staff rushed out to see what was wrong. Watching a non-contact injury, everyone on the sideline likely feared it was something serious.
“I felt like someone f—ing shot me in my f—ing Achilles,” Phillips told a trainer. “I thought someone stepped on me. No f—ing way, bro! There’s no f—ing way.”
Phillips sat up while trainers continued to work on him, and that’s when all the emotion came pouring out of Phillips. All the hours training in the offseason, battling with teammates at camp, fighting side by side in the regular season with the hopes of winning a Super Bowl were snatched away on one play.
“Hey, you’re OK. Hey, buddy, you’re OK,” head coach Mike McDaniel said as Phillips was crying.
Phillips was placed on a medical cart with the entire Dolphins team surrounding him and showing their support. The stadium applauded Phillips as he held a towel over his eyes, still emotional about how his 2023 season came to an abrupt end.
Phillips underwent surgery to repair his Achilles on Tuesday. “Hard Knocks” showed Phillips in the Dolphins’ training room the next day, rolling around on a supportive scooter to keep his right leg off the ground. He was in better spirits, as he looked ahead, knowing he has a fantastic support system around him with rehab in the coming months.
“When I saw a clip after the game of my whole entire team surrounding me on the field, I mean, that just means everything to me,” he said. “My mom was crying on Dan Marino’s shoulder. You know, they were there for me, not just me, but my family as well.
“When this is all said and done, it’s going to make me a stronger person because of it. I’m just trying to keep that positive mindset and start to attack rehab. It’s going to be a long process, but I just know that, yeah, I’m a fighter. I’m going to keep fighting.”
Top high school football games in the Southland for regional bowls
Analyzing the top high school football state playoff games this week:
Birmingham (11-2) at Del Norte (11-2), 7:30 p.m.
The City Section Open Division champion Patriots have a lot to prove in the state playoffs. A 41-0 nonleague loss to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame in August still has people wondering whether Birmingham can win games outside the City Section. Quarterback Kingston Tisdell has grown immensely, making 162 pass attempts without an interception. Former NFL linebacker Nick Barnett is in his first season as head coach at Del Norte (11-2), and he has 34 seniors to rely on, including quarterback Jack Schneider, who has 23 touchdown passes. The pick: Birmingham.
Granite Hills (12-0) at Mission Viejo (11-3), 7 p.m.
Granite Hills is the San Diego Section Open Division champion with a 21-game winning streak. Freshman quarterback Zachary Benitez has shown he’s a dual threat. Running back Max Turner has scored 16 touchdowns. The Diablos are no longer considered a young team in Week 15. They are showing how good they might be in 2024. Defensive lineman Jaden Williams has 15 sacks. The pick: Mission Viejo.
St. Bonaventure (11-3) vs. St. Augustine (10-4) at Mesa College, 6 p.m.
The Seraphs won the Southern Section Division 3 championship and have balance on offense with quarterback Anthony Wolter and running back Koen Glover. St. Augustine is a young team with an aggressive defense led by Isaiah Hasten, who has seven interceptions. Jon Class had four sacks in the San Diego Division I final. The pick: St. Bonaventure.
Iowa’s Cade McNamara takes subtle shot at former team ahead of Big Ten title game
Iowa Hawkeyes quarterback Cade McNamara is in a unique position to help his team gain a little bit of an edge as the team gets set to take on No. 2 Michigan in the Big Ten Championship over the weekend.
McNamara played at Michigan for three seasons before he transferred to Iowa. He played five games for the Hawkeyes this season before suffering a devastating season-ending knee injury.
As Iowa started talking about the conference title game, McNamara surely ruffled some feathers with his words about the Wolverines.
“I think this week, specifically, I’m not just getting Deacon (Hill) ready, I’m getting the entire team, as much as I can, because I know so much about that other team that from a defensive standpoint, from an offensive standpoint, I’m just doing everything I possibly can from an entire team standpoint to just let these guys know everything that I possibly know,” he said on “Talkin’ Hawks with The VandeBergs.”
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Michigan fans took to X to express their frustration with McNamara’s comments, calling him bitter about losing his starting quarterback job to J.J. McCarthy.
However, there did not appear to be any ill-will because of that. McCarthy himself said the team had been anticipating seeing McNamara and Erick All.
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“It was obviously at the forefront of our minds at the beginning of the season to have that chance to play Cade and Erick again,” McCarthy said, via The Gazette.
Iowa finished first in the Big Ten West with a 7-2 record against conference opponents and 10-2 overall.
The Hawkeyes’ last win against Michigan came in November 2016. The Hawkeyes knocked off then No. 2 Michigan at Kinnick Stadium, 14-13. The Wolverines blew the Hawkeyes out 42-3 in the 2021 Big Ten Championship.
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