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2 Famous NFL Brothers Are Seeking Super Bowl History

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There have been many sets of brothers that have played in the NFL, each to varying degrees of success.

This includes families like the Watts, the Barbers, Bosas, Longs, and Mannings, just to name a few.

Despite the large number of brothers that have appeared in the NFL, there is one game that a set of brothers have yet to play against each other in.

That’s right.

In NFL history, there has never been a set of brothers that have faced off in the Super Bowl.

With the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs in their respective league championship games, Travis and Jason Kelce could become the first set of brothers to face off in the Super Bowl.

The Kelce brothers are known for their elite play on the field, with Travis as one of the league’s best tight ends, and Jason as one of the league’s best centers.

Both brothers were first-team All-Pro representatives, and look to represent the Kelce family in the Super Bowl as well.

Recently, the Kelce brothers have launched a podcast, called “New Heights.”

This podcast breaks down a day in the life of an NFL player, as well as describes what it is like to grow up with a brother who had similar NFL aspirations.

The Chiefs and the Eagles are both at home in their respective championship games, making a Kelce reunion in the Super Bowl a very plausible reality.

This Sunday’s playoff games should be filled with scoring and drama, but this extra layer of brotherhood puts even more on the line for both teams.

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