Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce defeated brother Eagles center Jason Kelce in Super Bowl 57.
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH — The Tavern Company on Lee Road is where everyone knows your name. Especially if your last name is Kelsey.
Chris Armington owns the bar. He says the Kelce brothers Jason and Travis have been coming here for years.they graduated Cleveland Heights high school.
“They are just fun to be with and love Cleveland Heights. Usually when they come to town they come over and they are such nice, humble people.”
Two humble guys playing in the biggest game of the year. Jason plays for the Philadelphia Eagles and Travis for Kansas City he plays for the Chiefs.
Both have their own team’s fans, but both are winners at this location.
Various patrons of the bar spoke to 3News just before Super Bowl 57 kicked off.
“Definitely around here I don’t know about the whole city, but I’m sure here,” said one.
“I think it’s good for the city that they represent what’s good about the city,” another person told 3News.
“So much fun, so much fun to watch” was the sentiment throughout the city as we prepared to see two brothers who will never forget where they came from.
Watch as two hometown boys put Cleveland Heights in the national spotlight. Armington says the bar is usually closed on Sundays, but they weren’t going to miss this history-making moment. Travis and Jason became the first brothers in league history to play in the same Super Bowl. rice field.
“I’m so proud of Cleveland Heights. It’s exciting. I get goosebumps. It’s really exciting.”
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