Who's Travis Kelce's wingman Ross Travis and what's he doing in Australia?

After watching Kansas City Chiefs win Super Bowl title Ross Travis shared series of pictures, including one with Taylor Swift

By Web Desk
February 22, 2024
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (left)) with buddyRoss Travis. — Instagram/bosstravis43

Ross Travis has been making headlines lately, after joining his buddy Travis Kelce on a private jet to Australia on Wednesday as he makes his presence in the Kansas City Chiefs star's circle known, Daily Mail reported.

In a photo shared on his Instagram story, 31-year-old Travis can be seen on the plane with the words "Down Under" written lightly over the window as he accompanied the 34-year-old tight end on his way to catch popstar girlfriend Taylor Swift's Eras tour in Sydney.

A screengrab ofRoss Travis's Instagram Story on February 21, 2024. — Instagram/bosstravis43

Before their trip to Australia, Ross was part of the group that joined Kelce in Las Vegas who returned Sin City over a week after winning the Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium to participate in a charity golf tournament.

After watchingthe Chiefs win their second consecutive Super Bowl title from a star-studded suite, Kelce’s close friend shared a series of pictures, including one with 14-time Grammy winner Swift.

Penn State tight end Travis went undrafted in 2015 and signed with Kansas City. He built a good relationship with Kelce, who was drafted two years earlier. After two seasons, Travis left and began bouncing around the National Football League (NFL).

The tight end out of Penn State went undrafted in 2015 before signing with Kansas City. Playing the same position, Travis built a good relationship with Kelce who was drafted two years earlier. After two seasons in Kansas City, Travis left and began to bounce around the NFL.

Travis played two seasons with the Indianapolis Colts before joining the New York Jets in 2019. He then played as a practice player for the Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, and Detroit Lions in 2021 before becoming a free agent.

In 2018, he tore his ACL, leading to a rollercoaster of resigning, being released, and being brought back to the Colts in November.

One month later, he was waived by Indianapolis and began his stints as a practice player.

Over his five seasons, Travis appeared in 29 games in the NFL. During those games, he recorded 14 receptions for 142 yards.