Travis Kelce’s wingman Ross Travis: Inside NFL players’ bromance

Ross Travis has made his presence in the Travis Kelce’s circle known recently with the pair flying out to Australia on a private jet on Wednesday.

Travis posted a photo from the plane with the words ‘Down Under’ lightly written over the window on his Instagram story. The 31-year-old joins the Chiefs star as he  catches Taylor Swift’s Eras tour in Sydney.

Before heading Down Under, Travis was part of the group that joined Kelce in Las Vegas earlier this week. The tight end returned to Sin City over a week after winning the Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium to participate in a charity golf tournament.

While in Sin City, Travis posted a video of the views from the Wynn Golf & Country Club where Kelce played. The group also dined at a restaurant called Toca Madera in Las Vegas.

Being close friends with Kelce, Travis is no stranger to Swift either.

Travis Kelce and Ross Travis became friends while playing tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs

Travis is heading currently in Australia with the Chiefs star to catch Taylor Swift's Eras tour

Travis joined Swift and several A-listers in Kelce's suite at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas, Nevada

Travis watched from Kelce’s star-studded suite at Allegiant as the Chiefs won their second straight title. After the Super Bowl, Travis shared a series of pictures, including one with the 14-time Grammy winner.

The tight end out of Penn State went undrafted in 2015 before signing with Kansas City. Playing the same position, Travis built a good relationship with Kelce who was drafted two years earlier. After two seasons in Kansas City, Travis left and began to bounce around the NFL.

Travis went on to play two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts before joining the New York Jets in 2019. He then served as a practice player for the Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions in 2021 before becoming a free agent.

His time as an active player was halted when he tore his ACL against the Cincinnati Bengals in 2018. Days later, he was placed on the Colts’ injury reserve. The following year became a rollercoaster for Travis as he was resigned in February and released in August only to be brought back in November.

After two years in Kansas City, Travis played for the Indianapolis Colts and New York Jets

One month later, he was waived by Indianapolis and began his stints as a practice player.

Over his five seasons, Travis appeared in 29 games in the NFL. During those games he recorded a total of 14 receptions for 142 yards.

Despite a short stint as teammates, Kelce and Travis appear to have maintained their friendship. Not being signed to a team, Travis regularly attends Chiefs games and workouts out with Kelce.

Aside from their shared love for football and supporting Swift overseas, the pair have also enjoyed traveling and attending music festivals together.

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