Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes are reunited as Kansas City Chiefs step up preparation for 2024 NFL season but Travis looks out of shape in the Video

Travis and Patrick at OTA


Kansas City Chiefs superstars Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce made a return to the team’s practice facility for OTAs (organized team activities) on Thursday.


Travis and Patrick at OTA

The duo were seen warming up together in Kansas City as the team prepares to defend its Super Bowl title from the season prior.

Kelce and Mahomes are still the greatest quarterback-tight end combo in the NFL – and look to keep that productive partnership alive for next season.

They’ve bumped into each other a number of times already this offseason after all the celebrating of their title had concluded.

Earlier this week, the pair were courtside for a Dallas Mavericks NBA playoff game.

Travis and Patrick at OTA

Kelce is going to have himself a busy offseason as he takes on new engagements and begins what could be a post-playing day career in acting and television hosting.

That includes his role as the host of the reboot of ‘Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader’ – being updated to ‘Are You Smarter Than a Celebrity’.

The three-time Super Bowl champ, who is now the highest paid tight end in the NFL, said he’s actively ‘looking’ for movie roles after he was cast in Ryan Murphy’s new FX series, Grotesquerie.

‘I’m looking for movie deals,’ he told his brother Jason on Wednesday’s episode of their New Heights podcast.

‘I’ll do anything in the movie. I’ll be a part of it any way I possibly can.’

The 34-year-old also addressed speculation that he’s appearing in the upcoming sequel to Adam Sandler’s 1996 comedy, Happy Gilmore.

‘Whoa! Is that true?’ Jason asked Travis.

The Chiefs star replied, ‘I didn’t even know there was a job opening for Happy Gilmore 2, but if there is, I’ll be a f***ing extra.’

The athlete, who has been wearing a ‘Happy Gilmore’ hat in public, went on, ‘Anything to just get around Happy Gilmore or an Adam Sandler film or set. Count me in. Obviously been a huge fan of the Sandman.’