It’s tough to have one son in the National Football League, so imagine the possibilities of having two.
More than that, watching two sons become stars, become future Hall of Famers, and even play against each other on the biggest stage on earth is something that only happens once, and it All thanks to Donna Kells.
The Kelce matriarch has become a beloved and respected figure by fans of all 32 teams, and will now also be immortalized in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
The now-famous split jersey and shoes she wore to Super Bowl LVII are now officially displayed in the Hall of Fame, so Donna now has ultimate bragging rights from, well, pretty much every single parent on Earth. More.
When @tkelce And @JasonKells became the first brothers to play against each other in the Super Bowl, their mother, @dkelce1earned national headlines.
Division @chiefs,@ Eagles The jersey and shoes he wore are now on display in the Hall of Fame.
Talk about a Hall of Fame mom! pic.twitter.com/wfCcedOmuA
– Pro Football Hall of Fame (@ProFootballHOF) April 6, 2023
Travis and Jason were both extremely emotional after the big game.
For the first time it seemed that the Super Bowl winner was actually sad, and the loser was relieved and happy for his brother.
Travis has recently entered the conversation as one of the greatest – or at least the greatest – tight ends ever to join the likes of veterans like Tony Gonzalez, Antonio Gates, or even Rob Gronkowski. have entered.
As for Jason, some insiders already consider him the best player at the center position, not only in the league but of all time.
Who would have thought that some of Cleveland’s big kids would become the greatest brother duo in NFL history?
Well, most likely, Donna Kelse.
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