Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Chiefs' picks: Round 3/63 - Travis Kelce, TE, 6-5, 260, Cincinnati...The former high school quarterback is just developing as a tight end, but he can catch and he can block well enough to get plenty of snaps in coach Andy Reid's offense. The Chiefs say they aren't concerned about his 2010 suspension for a positive drug test. - The Sports Xchange
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11/09/14 - TE Travis Kelce had his least productive game of the season, catching two passes for 19 yards and no touchdowns. Through the first eight games, Kelce had 30 receptions for 400 yards and four touchdowns.
10/30/14 - TE Travis Kelce was advanced from being a limited participant in Wednesday's practice to being a full participant in Thursday's workout. Kelce is the team's leading receiver after seven games.
10/23/14 - TE Travis Kelce was on the practice field Thursday and was a full participant in the work. Kelce's status for the game on Sunday against the Rams has improved as he's dealt with his sore ribs.
10/22/14 - TE Travis Kelce was on the practice field on Wednesday and on the injury report due to sore ribs. While he was limited in his practice participation, head coach Andy Reid said he should be able to play against St. Louis.
10/20/14 - TE Travis Kelce sustained a rib injury in the Chiefs' victory over San Diego. "We've just got to see how he does," said coach Andy Reid, who indicated the injury was not to a rib but to cartilage in the rib cage. Kelce remains the club's leading receiver with 24 catches for 307 yards.
10/15/14 - TE Travis Kelce has produced 14 first downs in his 20 catches, a league-leading 85 percent average for moving the sticks on his receptions. Kelce has 274 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He leads the Chiefs' offense in all three receiving categories.
09/17/14 - TE Travis Kelce will see his opportunities in the Chiefs offense continue to expand after his performance against Denver last Sunday.
Kelce was targeted by quarterback Alex Smith six times against the Broncos, with the young tight end catching four passes for 81 yards, a 20.3-yard average. That production included three third down catches of 20, 24 and 20 yards. In some of the Chiefs offensive formations, the 6-5 Kelce is being used more as a wide receiver than tight end.
09/15/14 - TE Travis Kelce had a breakout performance against Denver when he caught four passes for 81 yards. Kelce grabbed big third-down receptions of 20, 24 and 20 yards. It was a career-high performance for the 2013 third-round draft choice out of the University of Cincinnati. In two games, Kelce has caught seven passes for 130 yards, an impressive 18.6-yard average.
08/19/14 - TE Travis Kelce leads the Chiefs in receiving after two preseason games and has two long touchdown catches. Kelce produced a 69-yard touchdown play against Cincinnati and followed up with a 43-yard score against Carolina. He's caught six passes for 136 yards, a healthy 22.7-yard per catch average.
10/13/13 - The Kansas City Chiefs officially placed rookie tight end Travis Kelce on injured reserve on Saturday.
Kelce, 24, had microfracture knee surgery this week.
Kansas City took Kelce in the third round of the draft out of Cincinnati.
To fill Kelce's spot on the roster, the Chiefs promoted rookie safety Bradley McDougald from their practice squad. McDougald, out of Kansas, has played two games but has spent the majority of the season on the practice squad.