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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11/20/15 - TE Travis Kelce (groin) has been listed this week on the practice/injury report. Kelce has been a full participant in practice on Wednesday and Thursday and should be active for Sunday's game in San Diego.
11/20/15 - TE Travis Kelce (groin) is listed as probable for the Chiefs' game at San Diego on Sunday.
11/13/15 - TE Travis Kelce (groin) was a full participant for the second day in practice this week with the Chiefs. Kelce should be available to play on Sunday against the Denver Broncos.
11/04/15 - TE Travis Kelce finally got back in the end zone during the Chiefs' victory over Detroit in London. That two-yard touchdown catch was his first since scoring two touchdowns in the season opener against Houston. Although his scoring catches have been few, Kelce is among the league leaders for tight ends with yards gained after the catch.
He's third in the league, averaging 8.2 yards are he gets his hands on the ball, that's a half-yard better than New England's Rob Gronkowski.
11/02/15 - TE Travis Kelce gets a lot of attention from the media and opposing defenses for his combination of size, speed and overall athletic ability. But that has not gotten him into the end zone, something the struggling Chiefs offense so desperately needed. On Sunday against Detroit, Kelce grabbed a 2-yard pass from quarterback Alex Smith for a touchdown, his first since scoring twice in the season opener against Houston. He went six games without reaching the end zone.
10/19/15 - TE Travis Kelce (nose) suffered a laceration on the bridge of his nose during Sunday's game and is expected to be fine.
10/14/15 - TE Travis Kelce has not been producing the types of numbers expected of him in the Chiefs offense this season. In five games, Kelce has 24 receptions for 328 yards and two touchdown. In K.C.'s last two games, Kelce has caught eight passes for 84 yards, and he's not been in the end zone since scoring twice in the opener against Houston.
One reason has been an increase in the number of obvious passing plays where he's been kept in to help the pass protection of quarterback Alex Smith.
10/08/15 - TE Travis Kelce (groin/thumb) was listed as a full participant in the Chiefs practice on Thursday and he should be full-go for Sunday's game against Chicago at Arrowhead Stadium. Kelce has caught 21 passes for 293 yards and two touchdown catches in the first four games.
10/07/15 - TE Travis Kelce (groin/thumb) participated fully in the Chiefs practice on Wednesday. Kelce picked up the injuries in last Sunday's game against Cincinnati. There's no indication that Kelce will miss the game against Chicago.
10/04/15 - TE Travis Kelce starred at the University of Cincinnati, making Sunday's game against the Bengals a homecoming for him. But, he also regretted a third-quarter fumble when he was stripped of the ball after a catch by defensive tackle Michael Johnson. Cornerback Reggie Nelson returned the fumble to the 5-yard line, and that later resulted in a touchdown. "You have to hold on to the ball," Kelce said. "That's all I have to say about that." He finished with five catches for 49 yards.