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    Travis Kelce Shares Perfect Response to Chiefs’ Super Bowl Ring Typo – ‘I Don’t Give a S—‘

    Fans immediately noticed the stunning typo on the Chiefs' newest Super Bowl rings, but Travis Kelce downplayed the mishap on his podcast.

    Travis Kelce now owns three Super Bowl rings and proudly flashed his third when the Kansas City Chiefs received their latest championship bling on June 13. However, this new ring contained an error.

    The error stems from a mishap that became visible inside the championship ring. But it still prompted the perfect response from the All-Pro tight end on his podcast “New Heights.”

    What’s Wrong With the Chiefs’ Super Bowl Rings?

    When Chiefs players looked inside the ring, it shows who they beat along the way for the franchise’s fourth title, which includes which seeds their opponents were.

    Except, the ring lists the Miami Dolphins as the No. 7 seed when the Chiefs beat them 26-7 to open the AFC playoffs. The AFC East runner-up Dolphins weren’t the seventh and lowest-seeded team in the conference’s postseason — they were the sixth seed.

    Kansas City entered the playoffs as the No. 3 seed and the reigning AFC West champs, which set up the 3-6 battle with the Dolphins. Still, the typo was immediately noticeable.

    Kelce, though, offered a humorous and vulgar response to the seeding mistake.

    Travis Kelce Weighs in on the Error

    Count Kelce as one who isn’t making a big fuss about the seeding typo.

    “I don’t give a s—,” Kelce said on the “New Heights” podcast he hosts with his brother, Jason Kelce.

    The now three-time Super Bowl-winning TE revealed he and the Chiefs simply didn’t care what seed the Dolphins were.

    “I like it that we didn’t give a f— about what seed Miami was,” Kelce said when reflecting back at their opening round win. “Yeah, they were [not] seventh. Who cares? They could have put no seeds on the side of them, and I would have been fine.”

    Miami entered as the road team after failing to secure the AFC East crown in Week 18 against the Buffalo Bills. After breezing past the Dolphins while withstanding -4 degree weather at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City went on to eliminate the Bills and Baltimore Ravens before capturing its second straight Vince Lombardi Trophy with a Super Bowl win over the San Francisco 49ers.

    Despite the mis-seeding for the Dolphins, Kelce described this ring as “unique.”

    “I think it makes it more unique, ‘Oh yeah, and we really made it more detailed. And oops, we screwed up.’ It just makes it more exclusive. We screwed up about something that means nothing,” Kelce said.

    But is this one now his favorite championship bling to wear on his finger?

    “The one last year was my favorite one,” Kelce said to his brother. “The top of the ring comes off. It has a clasp, [so] you can wear it in different ways.

    “I think if I would ever, like, wear the rings out in a sense or like what represents that team or that Super Bowl, I would probably wear that clasp on a necklace before I would wear that big f—ing massive ass ring.”

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    Kelce is currently attending Tight End University (TEU) alongside San Francisco 49ers star George Kittle. The event takes place at Vanderbilt University and features more than 70 tight end participants who get a chance to learn from Kelce, Kittle, and other TEs present.

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