Travis Kelce is raking in all of the positive feedback he is getting about his improvement on the field now that Taylor Swift is around.
“Not only is social media noticing [Travis’ improvement], but it appears that Big Red is noticing it,” the tight end’s brother, Jason Kelce, said of Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid on the siblings’ “New Heights” podcast Wednesday.
Responding to the Philadelphia Eagles star, 35, Travis said, “Listen, when you’re getting Big Red’s approval and blessings, you know you’re doing something right.”
In Sunday’s post-game conference following the Chiefs’ win against the Los Angeles Chargers — which the “Blank Space” singer witnessed in person — Reid, 65, told reporters that Travis “keeps getting better with time” and that “Taylor can stay around all she wants.”
As Jason said, others have caught onto his younger brother’s improvement on the field since Swift, 33, came into the picture.
During Sunday’s game, CBS Sports ran a graphic during the game, which was later posted to X, that showed the “Catching Kelce” alum, 34, gaining an extra 52.5 yards per game since the pop star started attending.
But it’s not only Travis’ gameday improvement that has the NFL star gleaming.
His family and friends have started openly gushing over his Grammy-winning girlfriend, including Kelce’s father who praised the singer highly following the Kansas City home game.
“She’s very smart. I mean, very,” Ed told People Monday, adding that Swift’s intelligence “comes through right away.”
He also said that the “Bad Blood” songstress is “a very, very sweet, very charming, down-to-earth young woman.”
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Recalling a “very special” moment he shared with Swift in the VIP Box on Oct. 12, Ed told the outlet: “We’re sitting in the suite, she gets up and in the front room, she gets up to go get a drink or something and she starts picking up empty bottles, cans, plates that are scattered around.
“Because in the suites, everybody gets stuff and you empty it down wherever you can.”
Continuing to gush over Swift, the dad of two added, “And I’m just thinking, I don’t think she got the diva memo. She didn’t get the spoiled musician. She doesn’t know how to pull that off. And that really to me said a whole lot.”
Travis’ mother, Donna, has also given her stamp of approval for the “Lavender Haze” songstress.
“Donna likes Taylor and thinks she’s very sweet and down to earth,” an insider told People following Swift’s first gameday appearance alongside the mother of two.
Even the family of Brittany Mahomes — whom the singer has grown close to since entering her WAG era — has complimented the musician’s demeanor.
The mother of Mahomes’ football star hubby, Patrick, praised Swift for how she treated the athlete’s little sister.
“I love how sweet Taylor was to my girl!!” Randi wrote via Instagram Sunday alongside a photo of Swift with Patrick’s 12-year-old sister, Mia Randall.
The “Wildest Dreams” singer has even warmed the heart of retired NFL star Bernie Kosar, who she partied alongside Sunday at a pre-game party.
It seems as if friends, family and fans are all happy with how Travis and Swift’s relationship is panning out — and the football season is just getting started.