Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is from Cleveland.
Or to be a little more accurate, he hails from Cleveland Heights– a suburban area that borders the city appropriate.
He was inducted into the Cleveland Heights High Hall of Fame in 2018, and routinely touts his high school during gamer intros.
With the Chiefs taking on the Browns in Sundays divisional-round matchup, where Kelce grew up offers him a distinct perspective on the video game.
” I comprehend what it indicates to be a Cleveland sports fan, to be a die-hard at that,” Kelce stated, via Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star. “I believe a lot of the buddies and household will be wearing Chiefs gear however tossing an orange t-shirt with Browns helmet on underneath. Its absolutely going to be mixed feelings for a great deal of people I know.”
Kelce has played the Browns two times considering that going into the league in 2013. He caught six passes for 43 yards in a 17-13 win in 2015. And in 2018, he captured seven passes for 99 backyards in a 37-21 triumph in his home town.
” Being from Cleveland and playing the Browns has definitely upped the ante a bit, made a little more personal,” Kelce said. “I definitely enjoy Cleveland, but I comprehend we are each others opponents today.”