Chiefs' Travis Kelce Opens Up About His Future in Kansas City

Travis Kelce has made one thing clear this summer, he wants to retire a Kansas City Chief. The superstar tight end was one of the first picks of the Andy Reid era and it's obvious the two are very close and want to continue to ride out their success.

Reid knew the family very well from his Philadelphia Eagles days and was a big fan of Kelce's coming out of college, even though there were some question marks about his character. All the tight end has done since is terror up the NFL and become one of the best offensive weapons at his position in league history.

Kelce has been voted a first-team All-Pro three times and has made seven Pro Bowl appearances. There's no doubt in his mind where his heart lies and he'd love to wrap up his career where it all started:

I don't plan on playing anywhere else. Hope the Chiefs have that in mind, too. I love being here. I've done everything I can to do things the right way. I'm going to continue to do that, and they know what kind of player they're going to get

The Chiefs don't mind Kelce's passion, even if it comes with it's fair share of conflict at times. He's signed through the 2025 season and if he continues to play into a new contract, Kelce wants that to be in Kansas City and hopes Chiefs management wants the same.

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