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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08/13/17 - TE Travis Kelce returned to the practice field for the first time since Aug. 3. Kelce experienced inflammation in his knee from his 2013 microfracture surgery, according to head coach Andy Reid.
08/08/17 - TE Travis Kelce missed his fifth straight practice Tuesday since developing knee inflammation, an occasional recurrence stemming from his microfracture knee surgery in 2013.
03/01/17 - TE Travis Kelce underwent shoulder surgery and is expected to miss time during the team's offseason activities, coach Andy Reid said on Wednesday. Reid told the Kansas City Star that Kelce "had it cleaned up" but didn't think the 27-year-old would be sidelined for too long. "No, I don't think so," Reid said, via the newspaper. "He'll probably miss some time throughout the offseason, but he'll be ready, I believe, for camp."
01/29/17 - TE Travis Kelce was selected co-MVP of the Pro Bowl along with Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander. Kelce got behind Minnesota's Harrison Smith on a crossing pattern from right to left to score a 23-yard touchdown late in the first half. He finished with three catches for 36 yards.
01/26/17 - TE Travis Kelce apologized during a television interview on Thursday for the harshness of critical comments he made about referee Carl Cheffers after the AFC divisional round loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The topic came up during an ESPN interview from Orlando, Fla., in preparations for Sunday's Pro Bowl. "Carl, I apologize for saying it in that manner," Kelce said.
01/21/17 - TE Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs was fined a total of $21,615 for actions during and after last week's 18-16 playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to media reports. Kelce was fined $12,500 for his postgame comments about referee Carl Cheffers, who penalized Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher for holding on a two-point conversion that would have allowed Kansas City to tie the game with less than three minutes left to play. Kelce also was fined $9,115 for shoving cornerback Ross Cockrell of the Steelers to the ground after a play was over.
01/16/17 - TE Travis Kelce had five catches for 77 yards Sunday.
12/26/16 - TE Travis Kelce produced an 80-yard touchdown on a screen pass from QB Alex Smith. He wound up with 11 catches for 160 yards and a touchdown,
Kelce and WR Tyreek Hill combined for 255 offensive yards on 17 touches, as the Kansas City offense rang up 484 yards against a Denver defense that had not allowed that type of opponent production since October 2013.
12/21/16 - TE Travis Kelce earned the second Pro Bowl invitation of his four-year career and he saw the honor as something special for his teammates rather than himself. "They're the only reason that I'm on that Pro Bowl ballot," Kelce said. "It's a humbling feeling, I want it for the guys around me.
"For everybody around you that comes up and tells you congrats you have to go up to them and say thank you for the hard work you've put in."
12/19/16 - TE Travis Kelce saw his streak of 100-yard receiving days ended at four by the Tennessee defense. Kelce was trying to become the first NFL tight end to have At least 100 yards in five straight games, but he caught just three passes for 41 yards. He was targeted just five times in the game by quarterback Alex Smith. "This one sucks," said Kelce after the game. "I feel like we got a little conservative. I don't know if it was the weather or what." Kelce now has 73 catches for 954 yards. He still leads all NFL tight ends in receptions.