In response to a misspelling on the Chiefs’ Super Bowl ring, Travis Kelce said, “I don’t give a (expletive).”

Pro Bowl tight end Travis Kelce’s comment to the veracity of one of the inscriptions on the $40,000 Super Bowl rings for the Kansas City Chiefs wasn’t all that shocking.

However, there was an error in the rings’ engraving. The Miami Dolphins, who were defeated by the Chiefs 26-7 in the wild-card round, were marked as the AFC’s seventh seed inside the ring with the notation “MIA [7].” However, the Chiefs were ranked third, and the Dolphins were ranked sixth.

In actuality, Miami was the sixth seed. That must be the nature of the ring, I suppose. Will you be fixing it?” stated Jason Kelce.

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“I’m not giving a (curse). No, I think it’s great that we didn’t care what Miami’s seed was “Travis Kelce remarked. “Is it really that important? I would have been okay if they hadn’t done any seeds on their side. Oh, yeah, we made it really thorough, and we made a mistake. simply increases its exclusivity. We made a mistake on a meaningless issue.”

When the Chiefs attempt to become the first team to win three straight Super Bowls, they will have the opportunity to make even more mistakes on subsequent rings. In a rematch of the AFC title game from the previous year, they take on the Baltimore Ravens in the opening game of the 2024 season on September 5.

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