Donna Kelce comes onto the field to comfort her devastated son Jason after his Super Bowl loss to the Eagles – while brother Travis celebrates with his Kansas City teammates
Torn but proud Super Bowl mom Donna Kelce was seen coming onto the field to comfort her devastated son Jason Kelce after his Eagles were beaten by his older brother Travis and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday .
After the Chiefs’ 38-35 win in Glendale, Ariz., Donna stormed onto the lawn of State Farm Stadium in her 50-50, Eagles and Chiefs outfit to find the eldest of her two sons running alone around confetti.
She continued to hug him tightly. Jason could barely keep his eyes peeled as he was clearly emotional after a late Chiefs resurgence in the fourth quarter was too much for the Philly defense.
“Mom’s always there,” the NFL’s official Twitter account shared, along with a clip of the mother and son’s warm embrace.
Ahead of Sunday’s showdown, Jason and Travis made history as the first brothers to ever go head-to-head in a Super Bowl game. Jason is a center for the Eagles while Travis is a tight end for the Chiefs.
After the Chiefs’ 38-35 win in Super Bowl LVII, Donna comforted her eldest son Travis, 35
MOM’S BOY: Jason Kelce was even spotted giving his mum a kiss at the end of their cuddle
Against Philly, Travis was on the receiving end of six receptions for 81 yards and a touchdown that came on the Chiefs’ opening drive in the first quarter.
As usual, he caused all sorts of trouble for the opposition and showcased his offensive skills, which he showed many times during the 2022-23 regular season.
After the game, the Kelce brothers were seen congratulating each other. Travis clearly showed his joy at beating his older brother, who couldn’t hide his disappointment at his Super Bowl performance after being part of the Eagles team that defeated Tom Brady and the Patriots in Super Bowl LII (2018). .
There have also been many famous NFL siblings over the years, and many have had some memorable matchups: Peyton vs. Eli Manning, Tiki vs. Ronde Barber.
“It’s going to be an incredible feeling playing against him,” Travis said ahead of Sunday’s game.
“I respect everyone over there in the Eagles organization. You won’t see me talking too much crap because I love my brother so much. But it will definitely be an emotional game.”
The Chiefs have now defeated the Eagles in their last four matchups.
The Chiefs’ Travis Kelce comforts his older brother Travis, 35, after the Eagles lost Super Bowl LVII