Travis Kelce Is Sad Orlando Brown Signed With The Bengals
The decision to move on from Orlando Brown and pay Jawaan Taylor more money was a curious one by the Chiefs’ front office. Brown ended up signing with the Bengals, which will be a storyline to follow as the two teams feel destined to meet in the postseason once again heading into 2023-24. Franchise icon Travis Kelce is NOT happy with the way things transpired.
“It stings,” Travis said. “It hurts. It hurts my soul, man. It’s like watching your best friend just turn evil on you.
“Obviously the past, like, two years we’ve struggled beating the Bengals, so there’s been a lot of build up in emotion of like, I wouldn’t say ‘hate’ but dislike towards the Bengals because they keep beating us and they keep talking about it every time they do,” the younger Kelce continued. “To see him go to the dark side, it’s an awkward feeling.”
“I hope he has an absolute Hall of Fame career. I wish nothing but the best for O.B. He was an unbelievable leader, and unbelievable teammate on and off the field, we have countless memories that I’ll f***ing cherish, but him going to the dark side, it’s on and poppin’, O.B.” he said.
Get your popcorn ready when these two teams meet again. It’s going to be fireworks. The Bengals and Chiefs will meet again this upcoming regular season and likely will do so again come postseason time.
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