It wasn't easy for Travis Kelce to rise up to become an All-Pro tight end in the NFL with Kansas City. Despite not being taken in the first round of the 2013 Draft due to off-field issues, His cannabis suspension was for the entirety of his sophomore season. he was selected close behind at pick 63 and has since proved himself one of football's most dynamic players.
The hardworking and talented Travis Kelce brought this difficult past to light on his debut as host of Saturday Night Live, showcasing the improvements he's made post-NFL Draft after being named as having a "trainwreck character," by an unnamed pro scout at the time of the draft.
Kelce vividly recounted his early athletic struggles during the monologue, discussing how he was dropped from the Cleveland Heights high school football team for failing in French and English. He quipped that it sounded better saying he just failed French class when describing this humorous anecdote!
Kelce went on to say, "Then, when we were at college I actually got kicked off the team because I tested positive for marijuana. So it just goes to show you, If you smoke weed and you're bad at school, you can win the Super Bowl twice!"
After a thrilling comeback victory over the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII, what better way to celebrate than be on SNL? The Kansas City Chiefs tight end, Travis Kelce recently made an appearance on Saturday Night Live. This comes after his key role in last year's championship performance that saw them clinch their second consecutive title win!
After the retirement of Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce has taken over as the NFL's top tight end. His eight Pro Bowl appearances and seven consecutive 1,000+ yard seasons make him a force to be reckoned with - especially alongside Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. It is this unstoppable duo that has driven KC into domination in recent years; their connection is comparable to Tom Brady throwing passes to Rob Gronkowski during Super Bowl runs together.
Tyler Kelce has gone from humble beginnings to international superstardom. His career trajectory took an unfortunate detour on the eve of the 2010 Sugar Bowl when he was suspended due to off-field issues. Although he had only one catch that game - a 51-24 loss against Tim Tebow and Florida Gators - today's headlines are filled with tales of his success as one of the top tight ends in the NFL.