Travis Kelce Has Message for All the Fans Who Are Sending Stuff to His House

Feb 11, 2024; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) celebrates with the Lombardi Trophy.
Feb 11, 2024; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) celebrates with the Lombardi Trophy. / Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce's popularity very obviously rose in the last year since he started dating international pop star Taylor Swift.

While the couple seems to be living their best lives, dating one of the world's most famous people comes with some difficulties. For Kelce, an issue for him is receiving too much mail.

At some point, the three-time Super Bowl champion's address was posted online, which led to a flood of packages and letters being sent to him. He admitted during this week's episode of New Heights, the podcast he co-hosts with his brother Jason Kelce, that he had to ask the post office to stop delivering mail to his house.

"The one thing you don’t realize, that when somebody posts your house online, that everybody now has your address and people just send stuff to your house," Kelce said. "So I literally stopped getting mail to my house. I had to stop. I had to literally tell the post office and everybody to, like, stop bringing stuff to my house."

A note for anyone who wants to send fan mail to Kelce, just remember that it's not even getting to him.

"Anything sent to my house, send right back to the sender," Kelce said. "So anybody that’s just sending random s--- to my house, uh, it’s not getting to me."

It makes one curious how family holiday cards and credit card junk mail gets to Kelce.


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Madison Williams is a Staff Writer on the Breaking & Trending News Team at Sports Illustrated, where she has covered the entire sports landscape since 2022. She specializes in tennis, but covers a wide range of sports from a national perspective. Before joining Sports Illustrated, Madison worked with The Sporting News. She hails from Augustana College and completed a Master’s in Sports Media at Northwestern University. Madison is a dog mom and an avid reader.