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Tagged: Travis Kelce (61 Results)


Eagles, TE Ertz end contract talks

Contract negotiations between the Philadelphia Eagles and tight end ZACH ERTZ have reportedly come to an “abrupt end”. Ertz has two years remaining on his current deal, meaning that he isMore signed through the 2021 season. After fellow tight ends GEORGE KITTLE and TRAVIS KELCE signed big extensions earlier in the offseason, Ertz was likely thinking he would be next. Based on yesterday’s news, that does not appear to be the case. Less

Source: Team Blog


Kelce signs extension, will remain in Kansas City through 2025

Kansas City and TRAVIS KELCE agreed to terms on a four-year contract that will keep the star tight end in town for the foreseeable future. The deal is reportedly worth betweenMore $14 million and $15 million annually and $57.25 million in total. Kelce, 30, is coming off a season in which he caught 97 passes for 1,229 yards and five touchdowns. Less

Source: Kansas City Star

Factoid: Tight ends as receivers

For those in leagues combining wide receivers and tight ends into one “receiver” position, where do you take those first tight ends? How do guys like George Kittle and Travis Kelce stack up against the best wide receivers.  more »

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Factoid: Travis Kelce

How early are you willing to select Travis Kelce? He plays a less-valuable position, but he’s definitely got lot of difference-making ability – he’ll outproduce most tight ends by a bunch.  more »


Factoid: Franchise tight ends

Who’s in for using an early draft pick on a tight end? On the one hand, it’s nice to have a franchise player at the position. But at the same time, it’s a position where value can be found later on.  more »



Kelce good to go vs. Titans

Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE has been dealing with a knee issue, but he does not have an injury designation heading into Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. Kelce wasMore limited in practice on Friday, although head coach Andy Reid has already declared that Kelce will play – which is much better than the usual “we’ll see” that fantasy owners have come to expect from Reid. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Kansas City DT Jones misses practice, Kelce works out

Kansas City defensive tackle CHRIS JONES missed practice on Wednesday as he continues to deal with a calf injury that kept him out of last week’s divisional round win over theMore Houston Texans. Jones led the team in sacks this season and would be a big presence for a defense that will try to slow Tennessee running back DERRICK HENRY. Tight end TRAVIS KELCE did participate in practice. Head coach Andy Reid said that Kelce’s condition has improved from a week ago – not bad considering he caught 10 passes for 134 yards and 3 touchdowns last weekend. Less



Mahomes, Kelce, Williams lead record comeback

Kansas City used the greatest comeback in franchise history to defeat the Houston Texans on Sunday and advance to the AFC Championship Game. Quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES led the way with 5 touchdowns, while tight end TRAVIS KELCE and running back DAMIEN WILLIAMS each had 3 touchdowns.

Source: Team Website


Kelce questionable vs. Texans

Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE is officially listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans. Kelce has been limited in practice this week after making a surprise appearanceMore on the injury report on Wednesday with a knee issue. The limited practice time could be precautionary, but Kanas City has provided little information on Kelce’s status. Less

Source: Team Blog


Kelce limited again in practice

Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE made a surprise appearance on Wednesday’s injury report and was once again limited in practice on Thursday. Kelce is dealing with an apparent knee injury according to the injury report. His status should be monitored heading into Sunday’s playoff game against the Houston Texans.

Source: Kansas City Star


Kelce added to injury report

Kansas City tight end TRAVIS KELCE made a surprising appearance on Wednesday’s injury report with a knee issue. Kelce was limited on Wednesday, and his status should be monitored leading up to Sunday’s playoff game against the Houston Texans.

Source: Team Blog


Big Three lead Kansas City in snowstorm

The snowy weather did not slow down PATRICK MAHOMES, TYREEK HILL, and TRAVIS KELCE against the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Mahomes threw 2 touchdowns to Hill, while Kelce was busy dashingMore through the snow for 142 receiving yards on 11 catches. Kelce enjoyed a record-setting performance, becoming the first tight end in NFL history to post four straight 1,000-yard seasons. Less

Source: Kansas City Star

Fantasy News: Goal-line receiving

Matthew Stafford is out again for the Lions, and that’s huge for those holding Kenny Golladay. With Stafford, Golladay has been a franchise-type receiver. Without him, he hasn’t been much of a factor.   more »

Factoid: Tight end troubles

I'm in a couple of leagues where tight ends get a point and a half per reception, and with flex spots you can start three of them. It's been a good year for those teams, since I've got George Kittle and Austin Hooper. But Week 11 isn't looking good for those teams -- or a lot of other players at the position.   more »


Ian Allan: Thursday night recap

Man plans. The fantasy gods laugh. There will be 256 regular-season games played this year, and the underwhelming game on Thursday night between Denver and Kansas City will be remembered as one of the most notable, with repercussions that will be felt throughout the second half of the season.  more »


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