Although it’s been several days since the Super Bowl, it seems like everyone is still talking about the big game.

From Taylor Swift chugging beer on the jumbotron to Travis Kelce’s “red flag” behavior towards head coach Andy Reid.

Now, keeping the conversation going, Jason Kelce, Travis’ brother, has chimed in with his opinion on the much talked about situation.

It’s the most intense coach and player interaction seen around the world, Travis Kelce yelling at Kansas City Chiefs’ head coach Andy Reid during the second quarter of the Super Bowl.

The incident came after a Chiefs fumble and the team was having trouble finding their rhythm.

While Travis has declined to say what he yelled at Reid, lip readers have given their best guess.
GLENDALE, AZ – FEBRUARY 12: Jason Kelce #62 of the Philadelphia Eagles speaks with Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs after Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium on February 12, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona. The Chiefs defeated the Eagles 38-35. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

On Wednesday, during the brothers’ podcast, Travis and Jason addressed the situation.

“It looks like you caught Big Red (Reid) off-guard a little bit,” Jason said to his brother.

“As he said, I got him with a cheap shot,” Travis replied. “People are all over this, and I mean — I get it.”

Jason implied his younger brother needed to admit he “crossed a line.”

“I think we can both agree on that.”

And while Travis confessed he shouldn’t be “bumping” his coach, he failed to address what some people have called “a big red flag.”

“Let’s be honest. The yelling in his face, too, is over the top. I think there’s better ways to handle this, retrospectively,” Jason told his brother.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 11: Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs reacts at Head coach Andy Reid in the first half against the San Francisco 49ers during Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium on February 11, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Even though everyone is still talking about the interaction between player and coach, Travis said he and Reid have moved on.

“I just love playing for the guy, man. Unfortunately, sometimes my passion comes out where it looks like it’s negativity, but I’m grateful that he knows it’s all because I want to win this thing with him more than anything,” Travis said.

Should Travis Kelce publicly apologize or is this something we should all move on from?

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