Travis Kelce got his wish and prevented audio of him yelling at Andy Reid at the Super Bowl from being released.
Kelce was wired for the Super Bowl, meaning his surprising outburst was recorded, but Tuesday night’s Inside the NFL glossed over the incident and did not play the audio.
They showed Kelce slamming his helmet on the ground yelling at Reid, 65, as analysts discussed the footage and then showed a clip of them fist bumping shortly after.
Kelce refused to reveal what he yelled in Reid’s face after the game, but admitted his microphone could give him away.
“I’ll keep it between us unless my microphone tells the world,” he said immediately after his third Super Bowl win.
“I was just telling him how much I love him.”
But it looks like the Chiefs star won’t have to face that reality if the show decides not to air the recording.
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