Tom Brady's comments on Travis Kelce's Super Bowl outburst on Andy Reid: 'Emotions are so high'

The star tight end, who already had enough eyes on him thanks to Taylor Swift's appearance in the Super Bowl, suddenly became the story of the night when he screamed at his head coach, Andy Reid. 

The incident took place shortly after an Isiah Pacheco fumble in the first half, when Kelce was not on the field. Kelce came over to Reid and yelled at him, attempting to grasp his arm and bump him until Jerick McKinnon had to pull him away. 

Travis Kelce yelled at Andy Reid. Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs responds to head coach Andy Reid in the first half of Super Bowl LVIII versus the San

After the event, both Kelce and Reid downplayed it – Kelce admitting he was mic'd up, so "[tell] the world" what he really said, but he left it at, "I was just telling him how much I love him." 

That's certainly hard to believe, but Reid stated that he "love[d]" Kelce's desire and that "the guy wants to play and be in there playing." 

Maybe that's coach speak, and Reid probably didn't care because he was enjoying yet another Super Bowl. However, it is possible that it is the truth, as the GOAT himself has stated. 

Tom Brady expressed his fair share of emotion on the field over his 23 magnificent years in the NFL, and seven Super Bowl victories appear to indicate that it paid off. 

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid watch the second quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium on February 11, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  

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