Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Travis Kelce Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
You play the game to have fun.
I’d be OK if we didn’t go back out to London ever again… shout out to everybody in London. I loved the fans.
I sing in the morning.
Everyone has kind of a rough transition in the NFL. It’s a different kind of scouting.
I’ll tell you what, I’ve never seen any football player more uncomfortable in a situation of having to make a one-on-one move on somebody than Patrick Mahomes in space.
I’m not trying to stop bettering myself so that I give my team the best chance to win whenever I’m on the field.
I love coming to work every single day, and I love being here in Kansas City.
If you don’t care about the guy next to you, one, you’re a terrible teammate. Two, you’re never gonna win.
My entire career, you can’t say Travis Kelce without Alex Smith. He’s been my quarterback, he’s been the guy. I owe a lot of my success to him.
Speed kills in this game. If you’ve got it, you’re in the advantage.
I’m not even a big TV guy.
I can throw the ball. I’ll never get the opportunity.
That accolade, to be the best at your position in your conference, you want that on your resume.
First and foremost, it’s a psychological issue and it’s mental concentration – that’s all it is. We’re all big enough and strong enough to hold onto to the ball, it’s just whether or not you want to focus in on it.
An ice bath for me is always going to work.
I couldn’t have a better resource than my brother. He’s one of the smartest guys you’ll have a conversation with. He knows so much about so many different things.
My father taught me that you can buy a man’s back, but you can’t buy his heart.
Just about everybody in the world thinks the world of George Kittle. He’s an unbelievable person with an unbelievable amount of energy. How he plays the game with the tenacity is one of a kind.
I feel like my brand goes as I play football. If I turn into the greatest football player that I can be, I feel that my brand, how people look at me, is all going to be positive.
You never get to see the intimate side of a football player.
I told everybody since the second I’ve been in the league that I’ve been very success-driven.
Football is just a game.
I get most of my athleticism from my mom. I know my dad cringes every single time I say that, but my competitive nature was always fueled by my dad.
I remember it was Dr. Seuss’ birthday, and I got to read to the little ones and that was just an awesome experience. I remember when I was a young knucklehead and having that access to an after-school program in my community. It’s something that hits home to me and something I wanted to always be a part of.
The biggest thing in training camp is you don’t always get to see the hitting aspect. Whether a guy is easy to tackle or whether he’s brought down easy.
I’ve played ‘Madden’ my entire life and all of the guys in the 90s I idolized growing up.
Blocking is part physicality and part physics. You have to be the lower man and get your hands inside to control your opponent’s mass. If you have short footwork, tight hands and if you play low, you can hold your own.
I hate drama.
I’m a Kansas City citizen; I’m around all the time.
Passion sits in your heart and it’s within you.
There were times where I feel like I was just out there thinking too much instead of just playing instinctual football. It’s definitely something I’ve been trying to work on.
Gronk’s going to run around there like a Clydesdale, run through everything, like a big boulder. I’m more a guy who can make people miss, break somebody down with a juke move or slide off tackles. Gronk can just break everything.
We had almost like our own little sports complex at the house. The driveway was like the pitching mound. We used to play one-on-one street hockey right there. My dad wanted to make sure we were ready to have some fun, so he was always out grabbing sports equipment.
I started playing this game in the backyard, I started playing this game in middle school and going to go practice without any fans, without any sounds.
In certain situations, you have to be able to be more conscious of ball security than you do in the open field.
At the end of the day, I feel like if you’re not having fun with what you do, there’s really not much of a point to be doing it.
I’ve got just about a full-on weight room and ability to do just about anything I need at the house.
I don’t understand why women get so frustrated with guys talking to other women, just casual conversation. I don’t get it. I’ve had a problem with that.
I think when you have big-time businesses around that want to be part of the sports community and the athletic community it’s a huge advantage in the bigger markets.
I had an opportunity to meet Kobe and he’s just an unbelievable person.
Coach Reid is always going to dial the right plays up. He’s a guru.
I’m not going to go out there and say that I’m better than X, I’m better than Y. I think I’m the best tight end in the game.
It has started becoming a deal that wherever I go, people just want to see me dance. I try and keep it for the end zone, but sometimes you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do.
Nobody puts more expectation on me than myself. That’s just the heart of the competitor. That’s how I was raised.
Helping out Kansas City is just fun, you know?
My passion for this game is never going to change. You’re always going to see me have that fieriness to me. That’s just the only way I know how to play this game and I love it for that because I get to release that energy and that passion, that anger that I have.
My actions on the field are very – I don’t want to say emotional, but emotion does get the best of me out there. If I do something wrong, I’m livid. I take it that seriously.
The biggest thing in terms of route running for me is knowing what the defense is in, knowing the coverage. Once you know the coverage, now you can start manipulating the defense. You can start to kind of trick them in where you’re going to go and where you want to get open.
At the tight end position, you’re asked to do so many things. You’ll see me split out wide singled up like a wide receiver.
As a guy from where I come from, I’m going to holler back if you start yapping away. You talk, you’re going to hear me talk.
It’s always fun being in the community, reaching out to not only the Kansas City faithful, but also people that really don’t know that much about football and seeing the influence it could possibly have on them.
I’ve actually walked out on a girl for being rude to a waitress. I go in to that restaurant all the time and that waitress was a good friend of mine.
When you make plays on the field or your guys will make a play on the field, you’ve got to get excited.
I enjoy being the one on TV. I enjoy being the show.
I think the tight end position is so unique because you always have a mismatch if you know how to dial it up or use it right.
You can kind of just move me around and put me anywhere – whatever the coaches and the guys on this team need me to do.
I can’t think Kansas City enough for embracing me for who I am, my teammates for fighting every single day.
Nobody can make fun of me better than me.
That’s one of the things about the NFL is that you have small-market teams, big-market teams. I feel like the bigger market teams do kind of have an advantage in terms of off-the-field money.
I feel like it’s a duty of mine to make sure that I’m helping out as much as I can, knowing that it’s a responsibility.
All I can ask for is the opportunity to go out there and beat a man one on one. If you win your one-on-one matchups in this league, you’re going to have a lot of success.
Just being able to incorporate other sports into my game has definitely helped me out.
I’m not the same without the 10 other guys on that football field playing their tail off to move the ball down the field.
Am I a peer mediator? Not a chance.
When everyone plays and has passion for each other, man, that’s when you really have a chance to be great as a team. Without it, I don’t know how football even works.
You have to fight… for your right… to Lombarrdi!