Travis Kelce Says He’s Going to ‘Win Another Super Bowl’: ‘It’s Possible’

This comes as the tight end secured his third Super Bowl title with the Kansas City Chiefs in February

<p>Michael Owens/Getty</p> Travis Kelce with the Vince Lombardi trophy

Michael Owens/Getty

Travis Kelce with the Vince Lombardi trophy

Travis Kelce is “manifesting” another Super Bowl win.

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 34, shared that he hoped it would happen while discussing the power of “speaking things into existence” on the latest episode of his New Heights podcast with brother Jason Kelce.

“As 92 percenters, you know we love speaking things into existence, just manifesting life on this podcast,” Travis said. “I’m gonna win another Super Bowl. Just some of the things we like to say around here ‘cause it’s possible.”

The conversation came about as the brothers introduced a new sponsor for their podcast, La-Z-Boy, which was a company that they had dreamed of getting a sponsorship with for a long time. Travis noted that if the sponsorship could happen, then another Super Bowl win could be in the cards as well.

<p>Erick W. Rasco/Sports Illustrated via Getty</p> From Left: Andy Reid and Travis Kelce celebrate on the field

Erick W. Rasco/Sports Illustrated via Getty

From Left: Andy Reid and Travis Kelce celebrate on the field

Related: Patrick Mahomes Mocks Travis Kelce for Being One of the Oldest Players on the Chiefs

The NFL player is just coming off of a 2024 Super Bowl win in February after the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers with a score of 25-22 in order to nab the Vince Lombardi trophy. Including the team’s latest victory, Travis has so far won three Super Bowls for Kansas City.

He shared some insight into what it felt like to win the championship in an interview with ESPN after the big game, saying, “Even at this point in my career, winning makes you feel like a little kid all over again.”

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Travis also discussed his ultimate goal with the Kansas City Chiefs over the next season and beyond, saying that he wanted to focus on cementing a “legacy” in the NFL.

<p>Michael Owens/Getty Images</p> Travis Kelce reacts to Super Bowl win

Michael Owens/Getty Images

Travis Kelce reacts to Super Bowl win

“Man, I stopped chasing stats a long, long time again and started chasing legacy and where my heart was at and where I wanted to be as a professional,” he told ESPN. “And I couldn’t be more proud to be a part of a team with these guys and be a part of the greatness every single day and the drive every single day.”

Kelce added, “This game is so beautiful when you’re doing things the right way. You put in the grind, you put in the hard work, you reap those rewards. It’s just a beautiful, beautiful atmosphere and I couldn’t be more proud of the guys.”

Related: All About Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes' Restaurant in Kansas City, 1587 Prime

While the tight end has his eyes on the prize when it comes to football, he is also expanding his brand outside of the sport — alongside his teammate and Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

Earlier this month, Travis and Mahomes announced they're opening a steakhouse, 1587 Prime, in Kansas City. The name is a combination of both of their jersey numbers, and the eatery will be inside the Loews Kansas City Hotel.

Travis said in a statement, "We're excited to be a part of this journey with Noble 33 to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience, and what better place to start than our very own Kansas City."

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