Adam TeicherESPN staff writer3 minutes to read
“I’ve always been very good at splitting up and being able to stay focused in that building,” Kelce said after the Kansas City Chiefs finished Friday’s practice, their final practice in preparation for Sunday’s game at the Minnesota Vikings.
“I think that’s always been the case for me. No matter what’s going on in my life, whether it’s good or bad, I think that’s the one place I can step away and be closed off and focused and always check myself and my ego at the door. And make sure I come in with a mind Clear.
Kelsey said that doesn’t mean things haven’t been unusual for him lately.
“We learn with the photographers, we take pictures from everywhere,” he said. “But at the same time, what comes with it, comes with it.” You have a lot of people who care about Taylor for good reason, so I have to keep living, learning and enjoying the moments.
“It’s universal, man. Everyone enjoys it. … I know I brought this on myself. I’ve been lucky enough to enjoy it and here all that really matters is that it’s not [ticking] Anyone out, here at least.
Kelce also took a small dig at Aaron Rodgers, who recently referred to Kelce as “Mr. Pfizer.” Kelce did a commercial for the new COVID-19 vaccine.
“It’s Mr. Pfizer versus the Johnson & Johnson family over there,” Kelce said, referring to the owners of the New York Jets. “I got the vaccine and I got it because of keeping myself safe, keeping my family safe, the people in this building.”
“I support that 100 percent. I’m completely comfortable with you calling me Mr. Pfizer.”
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