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Behind the Scenes: Travis Kelce’s Kansas City Mansion and the Countdown to Bengals Showdown

Travis Kelce, the star tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, was captured returning to his opulent Kansas City mansion this Saturday after the team’s final practice session in preparation for their […]

Travis Kelce, the star tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, was captured returning to his opulent Kansas City mansion this Saturday after the team’s final practice session in preparation for their New Year’s Eve game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Exclusive images obtained by DailyMail.com showcase Kelce’s arrival at home in his sleek all-electric Hummer, having just left the Chiefs’ practice facility near Arrowhead Stadium.

The reigning Super Bowl champions have a chance to secure a playoff spot with a victory over Cincinnati on Sunday, with Kelce anticipating the presence of his girlfriend, pop sensation Taylor Swift, back in Kansas City.

Swift has been in attendance for the Chiefs’ last two home games, both of which unfortunately ended in defeat. This month, the Chiefs faced losses to the Buffalo Bills and the Las Vegas Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium.

Arriving at the team’s practice facility earlier on Saturday, Kelce, determined to bounce back from last week’s loss, pulled up in his distinctive all-electric Hummer.

The Chiefs, led by Patrick Mahomes and his teammates, have faced challenges in the recent past, losing five of their last eight matches.

This downturn has cast doubt on the Chiefs’ aspirations for a fourth Super Bowl appearance in five seasons.

Donna Kelce, fondly known as ‘Mama Kelce,’ arrived in Kansas City late on Friday night to join her younger son Travis and Swift in celebrating New Year’s Eve.

Previously, she spent Christmas Day in Philadelphia with her eldest son Jason, his wife Kylie, and their children Wyatt, Elliotte, and Bennett.

Sharing his sentiments earlier this week, Kelce revealed that the Bengals’ decision to pass on him in the 2013 draft still serves as motivation whenever the two teams face off.

“They definitely completely just said ‘F*** you, Travis,'” Kelce expressed, a decade after Cincinnati chose fellow tight end Tyler Eifert in the first round.

Reflecting on the rivalry that has developed, especially after overcoming the Bengals last year, Kelce stated, “I look forward to playing them just because they’re the Cincinnati Bengals. I went to the University of Cincinnati, and they picked a tight end over me in the draft.”

As he pulled back into his mansion after practice, Kelce’s all-electric Hummer symbolized his determination to leave no stone unturned in preparation for the upcoming New Year’s Eve clash against the Bengals.