This time, the brothers are making headlines all on their own.
After a wave of Taylor Swift related news took over the NFL, and in turn the lives of Jason Kelce and Travis Kelce, the two athletes have reason all on their own to celebrate: Their documentary Kelce has just been crowned the most-watched documentary ever on Prime Video.
"How crazy is that?" Jason asked the Kansas City Chiefs tight end during the Oct. 11 episode of their New Heights podcast before jokingly adding, "all because of you and me, it doesn't have anything to do with this Taylor Swift drama."
It's a fact Travis knows all too well. "That's what I'm saying man, everybody's just so interested in the family dynamic," the 34-year-old replied. " I thought that was pretty cool. That's fun to hang your hat on."
The documentary, which premiered on Sept. 12, follows Philadelphia Eagles captain Jason—who shares three kids with wife Kylie McDevitt—in what was believed at the time to be his last season. Taking an inside look at Jason as both an athlete and a family man, the film follows the 35-year-old throughout the 2022 season until he and Travis face off during the emotional Super Bowl last February.
"I'm in there crying," Travis shared. "I'm in there pouring my heart out for you, bud."
To which Jason replied, "I'm in there crying, too!"
And though the Grammy winner's support has led to an increased paparazzi presence in Travis' life, he's shaking it off.
" I was on top of the world after the Super Bowl—and right now, even more on top of the world," Travis said during a press conference Oct. 6. "We're learning with the paparazzi just taking photos all over the place. At the same time, it comes with it. You've got a lot of people that care about Taylor, and for good reason."
Want to be even more enchanted? Keep reading to relive every moment from Taylor's star-studded appearance at the Jets vs. Chiefs game Oct. 1.