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Travis Kelce just finished off what he called "the happiest year of my life," pondering the enormity of the moment of winning his second Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

The first one was great. Getting two, in Kelce's mind, was career-defining.

"There's one thing about getting your first one, and it's a whole other feeling to get two," Kelce said postgame, often fighting back tears at the podium.  

"I wanted this one more than I wanted a game in my life. The guys in this locker room, the teammates that I have felt the same way."

The post-Super Bowl LVII afterglow was especially poignant for Kelce and his family (even, and especially, mother Donna) coming into the national spotlight over the past two weeks.  

Brother Jason Kelce was, in some ways, the backbone of the Eagles' offense in 2022, as he has been for the past 12 seasons.  

Travis has forged his role as the best tight end in the game, bar none.

Travis Kelce just finished off what he called "the happiest year of my life," pondering the enormity of the moment of winning his second Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

The first one was great. Getting two, in Kelce's mind, was career-defining.

"There's one thing about getting your first one, and it's a whole other feeling to get two," Kelce said postgame, often fighting back tears at the podium.  

"I wanted this one more than I wanted a game in my life. The guys in this locker room, the teammates that I have felt the same way."

The post-Super Bowl LVII afterglow was especially poignant for Kelce and his family (even, and especially, mother Donna) coming into the national spotlight over the past two weeks.  

Brother Jason Kelce was, in some ways, the backbone of the Eagles' offense in 2022, as he has been for the past 12 seasons. Travis has forged his role as the best tight end in the game, bar none.

Each Kelce brother entered Sunday with one Super Bowl ring. Travis, the little bro, walked out with a second.  

They embraced at midfield with confetti floating down on them after the Chiefs held off the Eagles in a 38-35 thriller.  

Both brothers reflected on the surreal moment of their mixed emotions. "There's nothing you can really say to a loved one in a situation like that,"  

Travis said. "You joke around all the time and say that you want to beat your brother (on) the biggest stage ever, but it's a weird feeling.

"There's nothing really I could say to him other than I love him and he played a hell of a year, a hell of a season."

"I'm just happy for him. Congratulations," Jason said of (and to) Travis. "It's hard to get here.  

I haven't quite let the emotion get to me yet. I'm sure we'll have a more emotional interaction. Still frustrated at that point.

"But really, really happy for Trav. Played his ass off. … Obviously would've loved to win, but happy for Trav for sure."

And don't forget, they don't get much time away from each other. Like, two days if they stick to their podcast schedule.

"Gonna be an awkward podcast," Jason joked.