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A proud big bro Jason tearfully congratulates his younger brother for beating the Ravens, 17-10, and returning to the Super Bowl for a second-consecutive year. “I know it wasn’t easy. I know it was a hard year,” Jason said. “Finish it. Finish this motherf—–!”

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A proud big bro Jason tearfully congratulates his younger brother for beating the Ravens, 17-10, and returning to the Super Bowl for a second-consecutive year. “I know it wasn’t easy. I know it was a hard year,” Jason said. “Finish it. Finish this motherf—–!”

 

Jason Kelce Chokes Up Congratulating Travis on 2024 Super Bowl Spot

 

A proud big bro Jason tearfully congratulates his younger brother for beating the Ravens, 17-10, and returning to the Super Bowl for a second-consecutive year. “I know it wasn’t easy. I know it was a hard year,” Jason said. “Finish it. Finish this motherf—–!”

“I love you, big dog,” Travis told his older brother after they exchanged heartfelt words and celebratory obscenities

Brotherly love took center stage on the field after the Chiefs-Ravens game!

After Travis Kelce, 34, celebrated the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory on Sunday with a kiss from his superstar girlfriend Taylor Swift, the tight end found his brother Jason, 36, on the field.

The Kelce brothers walked into each other’s arms for several bear hugs and handshakes — with both NFL players getting emotional as they exchanged heartfelt words and celebratory obscenities.

 

It started off, though, with a joke: “You keep your shirt on this time?” Travis asked Jason, who quipped, “I did … for right now. We’ll see how it goes.”

After the playful banter, Jason choked up while congratulating his younger brother for beating the Ravens, 17-10, and returning to the Super Bowl for a second-consecutive year. “I know it wasn’t easy. I know it was a hard year,” Jason said. “Finish it. Finish this motherf—–!”

Travis emotionally replied to Jason with, “F— yeah, dog. Goddamn, I love you. I love you, big dog.”

The Chiefs will have the chance to “finish this” season as back-to-back NFL champions if they win again at Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas on Feb. 11.

 

 

Against the Ravens, Travis caught 11 passes for 116 yards, scoring one touchdown at M&T Bank Stadium in the AFC Championship game. He passed NFL legend Jerry Rice for most catches in postseason history.

The sibling moment happened after Travis capped off his big night with multiple kisses for Swift. The couple were roaming the field with there arms around each other when they spotted Jason.

The Chiefs have won nine games with Swift in attendance

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