WATCH: Travis Kelce Shoves Head Coach During Sideline Temper Tantrum

Chiefs tight-end Travis Kelce went ballistic on head coach Andy Reid during a viral sidelines temper tantrum in Super Bowl LVIII.

Kelce appeared frustrated in the aftermath of a costly fumble from Chiefs starting running-back Isaih Pacheco on the team’s opening drive. Kelce was not in for the play, with Reid instead subbing in backup tight-end Noah Gray for a blocking assignment.

The star tight-end could be seen pushing up in Reid’s face before shoving him in the chest. He was then restrained and pulled away by Chiefs pass-catching-back Jerick McKinnon.

CBS broadcaster Tony Romo speculated that Kelce was angry over not being involved in the play that let to the fumble. He appeared to be mouthing the words “keep me in” while seemingly attempting to dictate to the legendary head coach, who is now 65-years-old.

The temper-tantrum set social media ablaze, with many criticizing Kelce.

“Travis Kelce looks like he just assaulted his coach,” said conservative commentator Jack Posobiec.

“Travis Kelce is so unlikeable,” wrote Lakers fan account LakeShowYo.

Others poked fun at Kelce’s high-profile relationship with pop superstar Taylor Swift. “Elder abuse by Kelce. Hope Taylor saw that. Very bad,” wrote Barstool Big Cat.


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