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Travis Kelce

Tight End

#87

Experience: 9 years

Height: 6-5

Age: 31

Weight: 260 lbs

College: Cincinnati

2020 SEASON

  • REC
    105
  • YDS
    1416
  • AVG
    13.5
  • TDS
    11
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Biography

  • Ninth-year tight end enters his ninth season with the Chiefs in 2021.
  • For the fifth-straight season in 2020, Kelce eclipsed 1,000 receiving yards, extending his previously established NFL record for tight ends of four such seasons. Kelce becomes only the 26th pass catcher in NFL history – and is the first tight end – to record at least five-consecutive 1,000-receiving yard seasons.
  • With 1,416 receiving yards in 2020, set the NFL record for the most receiving yards by a tight end in NFL history, passing 49ers TE George Kittle's previous record of 1,377 yards set in 2018. He finished the 2020 season with 1,643 receiving yards in the regular and postseason, also the most by a tight end in NFL history.
  • Became the fastest tight end in NFL history to reach the 500-reception plateau, doing so in 95 career games played.
  • With 1,229 receiving yards in 2019, became the first tight end in NFL history to record consecutive seasons (2018-19) with 1,200+ receiving yards and the first tight end ever to log 1,000+ receiving yards in four consecutive seasons (2016-19). His four-career 1,000-receiving yard seasons are tied for the most by a tight end in NFL history.
  • Was voted by teammates as an offensive team captain prior to the club's 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 playoff games.
  • Spent the majority of the 2013 season on the club's injured reserve list.
  • Originally entered the league as the first of two Kansas City third-round draft selections (63rd overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Career Highlights:

  • Kelce has caught a pass in 110 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in franchise history.
  • In eight seasons has recorded 7,881 career receiving yards, the second-most receiving yards by any Chiefs pass catcher in franchise history.
  • Owns 48 career receiving touchdowns, the fifth-most in franchise history.
  • Kelce owns 25 career 100-yard receiving games, the second-most in franchise history and the third-most 100-yard outings by a tight end in NFL history. He recorded six 100-yard receiving yard games in 2020, tied for the most in franchise history.
  • Kelce owns 612 career receptions, the second-most receptions by a tight end in his first eight seasons in NFL history, only trailing Raiders TE Jason Witten (617).
  • Recorded 105 receptions in 2020, setting the franchise record for most receptions in a single-season by any pass cather. He also became the first Chiefs player to record multiple seasons with 100 or more receptions.
  • Finished the 2020 season with 1,416 receiving yards. Kelce and WR Tyreek Hill (1,276) both recorded 1,000+ receiving yards and 10+ receiving touchdowns in 2020. It marked the second time in franchise history that the club had a pair of players accomplish this feat, with Hill and Kelce also doing so in 2018. It marks the 16th time in NFL history that a team had at least two players with 10+ receiving touchdowns and 1,000+ receiving yards in the same season. Kelce and Hill are just the third pair of teammates to accomplish the feat in multiple seasons with the same team, joining Cris Carter and Randy Moss (Minnesota, 1998 and 1999) and Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker (Denver, 2012 and 2013).
  • With 109 receiving yards versus the New York Jets (11/1/20), Kelce became just the third tight end in NFL history with at least 7,000 receiving yards in his first eight seasons, joining Rob Gronkowski (7,179) and Antonio Gates (7,005). Kelce finished his eighth season in the NFL with 7,881 career receiving yards.
  • Logged 1,229 receiving yards in 2019, the third-most by a tight end in a single-season in Chiefs history and the seventh-most in a single-season among all Chiefs pass catchers.
  • In Week 15 against New Orleans (12/20/20), succesfully completed his fourth-career two-point conversion setting a Chiefs record for the most two-point conversions in a career. He passed PFHOF TE Tony Gonzalez for the most in franchise history.
  • Recorded his first-career rushing touchdown on a four-yard carry in Week 14 against New England (12/8/19).
  • With 473 receptions and 6,069 receiving yards in his first 91 career NFL games, became the fastest tight end in NFL history to reach 450+ receptions and 6,000+ receiving yards, passing Pro Football Hall of Fame TE Kellen Winslow who accomplished the feat in 94 career games.
  • During the 2018 season recorded 1,336 receiving yards the most by a tight end in a single-season in Chiefs history. He also briefly broke the NFL single-season receiving yards record before San Francisco TE George Kittle broke the record later that same day.
  • Passed the 1,000-receiving yards mark for the third consecutive season in Week 13 at Oakland (12/1/18), becoming just the second tight end in NFL history to have 1,000 yards receiving in three consecutive seasons. 
  • Recorded single-game career-highs in receptions (12) and receiving yards (168) with two touchdowns in Week 13 against Oakland (12/1/18). 
  • With 103 receiving yards in KC's game against Philadelphia (9/17/17), Kelce became just the third tight end in franchise history to cross the 3,000-yard plateau for their career.
  • During the Monday Night Football game against Washington (10/2/17) Kelce's 111 yards moved him past TE Fred Arbanas (3,101) for second-most receiving yards in franchise history by a tight end.
  • Recorded 8 receptions for 128 yards in his first postseason action against the Texans in the 2015 AFC Wild Card matchup, making him the eighth player in Chiefs history to record 100 or more receiving yards in a playoff contest.
  • Led the team in receptions and receiving yards in 2014 with 67 catches for 862 yards.

Postseason Career Highlights:

  • His nine career receiving touchdowns, 83 receptions, 992 receiving yards and 994 scrimmage yards in the postseason are all the most in franchise history.
  • His six career 100-yard receiving games in the postseason are the most in franchise history.
  • With 133 yards Super Bowl LV recorded his third-consecutive postseason game with 100+ receiving yards. He became the first TE in NFL history to record three-consecutive 100-yard games in a single postseason. He joined Arizona WR Larry Fitzgerald, who recorded four-consecutive 100-yard games in the 2008 postseason, as only the only two players in NFL history with at least three-consecutive 100-yard games in the same postseason.
  • For the second-consecutive year led the Chiefs with three receiving touchdowns in the 2020 postseason.
  • Led the Chiefs with four receiving touchdowns in the 2019 postseason, including a one-yard score in Super Bowl LIV against San Francisco.
  • In the AFC Divisional Round against Houston (1/12/20) scored three receiving touchdowns, the most receiving touchdowns scored in a postseason game in Chiefs history. All three scores came in the second quarter, making him the first player in the Super Bowl era to record three receiving touchdowns in a single quarter in a postseason game.

Honors:

  • Named to the 2021 Pro Bowl following the 2020 regular season. 2020 marks Kelce's sixth consecutive Pro Bowl nomination after being awarded the honor following the 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 seasons.
  • Named the Chiefs 2020 Derrick Thomas Most Valuable Player.
  • Named first-team AP All-Pro TE following the 2020 season and was one of two unanimous choices for the 50 voters.
  • Following the 2020 season was named to PFWA's ALL-NFL Team.
  • Was named a second-team AP All-Pro TE and selected to the PFWA's All-AFC team following the 2019 season.
  • Following the 2018 season was named to PFWA's All-NFL Team for the third consecutive season and AP's All-Pro Team for the second time in his career.
  • Was named to the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA) All-NFL Team for the second consecutive season following the 2017 season.
  • For the first time in his career, Kelce was named a first-team AP All-Pro TE after a phenomenal 2016 regular season campaign.
  • Was voted All-Pro tight end by Sporting News following the 2016 regular season. 

Transactions:

  • Re-signed with Kansas City (8/14/20) ... Re-signed with Kansas City (1/29/16) ... Originally entered the NFL as the first of two Kansas City third-round draft picks (63rd overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft.

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Recent Games

WK OPP RESULT REC YDS AVG LNG TD ATT YDS AVG LNG TD FUM LOST
17 Chargers L 21 - 38
16 Falcons W 17 - 14 7 98 14 29 1
15 @Saints W 32 - 29 8 68 8.5 13 1
14 @Dolphins W 33 - 27 8 136 17 32 1
13 Broncos W 22 - 16 8 136 17 28 1
12 @Buccaneers W 27 - 24 8 82 10.3 20 0
11 @Raiders W 35 - 31 8 127 15.9 22 1
9 Panthers W 33 - 31 10 159 15.9 44 0
8 Jets W 35 - 9 8 109 13.6 25 1
3 @Ravens W 34 - 20 6 87 14.5 29 0
7 @Broncos W 43 - 16 3 31 10.3 17 0
2 @Chargers W 23 - 20 9 90 10 20 1
6 @Bills W 26 - 17 5 65 13 20 2 1 1
1 Texans W 34 - 20 6 50 8.3 15 1
5 Raiders L 32 - 40 8 108 13.5 32 1
4 Patriots W 26 - 10 3 70 23.3 45 0

Career Stats

WRTE Career

SEASON TEAM G GS REC YDS AVG LNG TD ATT YDS AVG LNG TD FUM LOST
2013 Kansas City Chiefs 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2014 Kansas City Chiefs 16 11 67 862 12.9 34 5 0 0 0 0 0 4 3
2015 Kansas City Chiefs 16 16 72 875 12.2 42 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
2016 Kansas City Chiefs 16 15 85 1125 13.2 80 4 1 -5 -5 -5 0 0 0
2017 Kansas City Chiefs 15 15 83 1038 12.5 44 8 2 7 3.5 4 0
2018 Kansas City Chiefs 16 16 103 1336 13 43 10 2 1
2019 Kansas City Chiefs 16 16 97 1229 12.7 47 5 1 4 4 4 1 1 1
2020 Kansas City Chiefs 15 15 105 1416 13.5 45 11 1 1
TOTAL 111 104 612 7881 11.25 80 48 4 6 1.5 4 1 10 8

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