Jason Kelce has some advice for the NFL. In a recent interview the Philadelphia Eagles center says the NFL should keep showing Taylor Swift on tv at games.
In the video, Jason Kelce, the Philadelphia Eagles Center, speaks in support of Taylor Swift, who has been attending NFL games, notably those involving his brother, Travis Kelce. Jason argues that the NFL should leverage the attention Taylor Swift brings to the games, stating that her presence is a boon for the league given her status as a global superstar and the current quintessential artist. He emphasizes that the audience’s interest in seeing Swift at the games justifies the coverage she receives.
Kelce praises Taylor Swift as an immensely talented individual and an exceptional role model for young women worldwide. He shares a personal note, mentioning his three daughters who met Taylor Swift during a Chiefs playoffs game against the Buffalo Bills. The meeting was memorable, especially since it coincided with a viral moment when Jason celebrated shirtlessly in his suite after Travis scored a touchdown.
The video also covers Taylor Swift’s presence at the AFC Championship game, which the Kansas City Chiefs won, advancing to the 2024 Super Bowl. Taylor’s celebration with Travis Kelce and his family on the field, including a live TV kiss, is highlighted. The Kelce brothers later discussed the victory on their “New Heights” podcast, humorously crediting Taylor Swift for her ‘contribution’ to the team and joking about her reaching the Super Bowl in her ‘rookie year.’