The 2023 season concluded with an exciting finish in Super Bowl 58, as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 25–22. Travis Kelce was able to win his third Super Bowl ring as a result. His brother, Jason Kelce did not win a ring but was equally happy for his sibling as he was seen partying after the game.
The seven-time Pro Bowler donned a lucha libre mask that made him resemble the 6’3″, 295-pound version of the WWE icon Rey Mysterio. It’s possible that the man himself made the mask. Mysterio was present at Allegiant Stadium, but his Super Bowl LVIII allegiance was evident from his George Kittle jersey.
Although he hasn’t announced it publicly, it’s widely assumed that Jason, who is 36 years old and has played 13 seasons, will retire this offseason. He has made it to the Pro Bowl seven times, the first-team All-Pro six times, and has won the Super Bowl once.
During the Chiefs’ AFC Divisional game against the Buffalo Bills, Kelce was spotted celebrating while sporting no shirt. Before the game, he also went tailgating with Bills supporters. Both Kelce brothers will have time to make decisions about their futures before going back to their respective teams’ practice spaces. Travis, 34, has declared that he is returning to try to win three straight.
Jason Kelce had an awkward moment during Adele’s recent concert
Jason Kelce is having himself quite an offseason. He was at The Colosseum Theatre at Caesars Palace on Friday night to see Adele perform before the Super Bowl. When Adele asked fans which team they were rooting for—the Chiefs or San Francisco 49ers—Kelce yelled, “Eagles!” at the top of his lungs.
Adele jokingly said:
You sound drunk and like a football fan.
Kelce was in attendance with his wife, Kylie Kelce as the couple was seen enjoying the show. He was in Las Vegas to support his brother, Travis Kelce as the Kansas City Chiefs took on the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl on Sunday. That support paid off as the Chiefs won a thrilling game, 22-25 in overtime.
With their win on Sunday, the Chiefs became only the second team in the 21st century to repeat as Super Bowl champions. The Chiefs weren’t always the best team on Sunday, but they were great when it mattered the most and pulled off an impressive victory.