(VIDEO) Professional Lip Reader Reveals Exactly What Travis Kelce Shouted at Andy Reid During Heated Sideline Exchange at Super Bowl 58

During the second quarter of the Super Bowl, Isiah Pacheco fumbled inside the red zone while Travis Kelce was off the field, prompting his frustration.

The Chiefs tight end swiftly approached head coach Andy Reid and passionately expressed his discontent. Kelce’s actions caused Reid to take a few steps back.

Despite attempts to decipher their exchange in replay, Kelce’s exact words to Reid remained unclear.

However, a professional lip reader later revealed Kelce’s message: “Keep me in. You (expletive)! I’m calm now!” according to The Daily Mail.

Following Kansas City’s overtime victory against the 49ers in the Super Bowl, both Travis Kelce and Andy Reid addressed the viral confrontation between them.

Reid downplayed the incident, explaining that Kelce caught him off guard, leaving him unbalanced. He also mentioned that Kelce apologized afterward, emphasizing the tight end’s competitive nature and love for the game.

Kelce, during ESPN’s postgame show, humorously acknowledged the incident, hinting at keeping it private unless his mic’d up segment revealed otherwise. He jokingly stated he was expressing his love for Reid during their exchange.

After a slow start with just one catch for 1 yard in the first half, Kelce’s performance improved dramatically after halftime and a memorable Usher show. He finished the game with nine catches for 93 yards, contributing significantly to the Chiefs’ victory.

Kelce’s 93 receiving yards led the team, making him only the third player in NFL history to lead three different Super Bowl champions in receiving yards, joining Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin.