Travis Kelce announces terms for NFL retirement following Super Bowl victory.

Travis Kelce plans to retire from the NFL when Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid decides to hang up his clipboard.  

The tight end began his NFL career during the same season that the 65-year-old began coaching the AFC West team.

They've won three Super Bowls together and hope to have more success next season. 

However, both men have been asked about their NFL futures several times this season.  

While they have denied saying farewell to the sport this year, Kelce has provided an important update on when he may opt to leave the sport, and it concerns Coach Reid. 

During a new episode of his 'New Heights' Podcast with brother and Philadelphia Eagles star Jason Kelce, the 34-year-old said: "I'm a passionate man 

I love coach Reid; coach Reid knows how much I love to play for him; and I want to be a product of his coaching career. 

I'm not playing for anyone other than Big Red. If he calls it quits, I'll be out there with him 

He's not, though." Reid has been coaching the couple for almost a decade, so they've had plenty of time to develop a strong relationship.  

Kelce explained their connection, saying, "I have a certain relationship with him.  

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