Kelce- bobble

Super Bowl-bound Kansas City Chief tight end Travis Kelce with his older brother, Super Bowl-winning Philadelphia Eagle Jason Kelce, on their first bobbledhead together recently unveiled by The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame. The bobble is on sale now on the online store.

A pair of Super Bowl-appearing brothers is now immortalized in a brand new bobblehead unveiled Friday morning.

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is now selling the Kelce Brothers Bobblehead showcasing Jason Kelce, center for the Super Bowl-winning Philadelphia Eagles, and his Super Bowl-bound younger brother Travis Kelce, of the Kansas City Chiefs, as duo championship-winning athletes.

On their bobblehead, the smiling brothers are standing side by side on a football field base bearing their names and enthusiastically giving each other a high five while sporting their respective team colors. This is the latest addition to the museums “High Five” series.

"We’re excited to release this unique bobblehead featuring Travis and Jason Kelce as Travis prepares to help the Chiefs win the franchise’s first Super Bowl in 50 years,” National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum co-founder and CEO Phil Sklar said. “The Kelce brothers are one of the most well-known sets of siblings in the NFL given their performance both on and off the field, and we think fans will love this bobblehead.”

Travis Kelce is regarded as one of the top tight ends in the league and was drafted by Kansas City in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft out of the University of Cincinnati. A five-time Pro Bowler and four-time All-Pro, Kelce finished the season with 6 touchdowns and 1,233 total yards, giving him 38 career touchdowns and nearly 6,500 yards through his first seven seasons.

Jason Kelce, one of the best centers in the league, was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft out of the University of Cincinnati. A three-time Pro Bowler and All-Pro, Kelce helped the Eagles win Super Bowl LII with a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots. A mainstay on the Eagles offensive line, Kelce was the first rookie in Eagles history to start all 16 games at center.

This is the second bobblehead Kelce has been featured on after a rendering of his iconic appearance at the podium during the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Parade in 2018. This model has since sold out as have two other bobbles featuring their Super Bowl LII victory.

Encapsulating the heroes of Philadelphia sports is nothing new to The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame’s bobble lineup. They got the head start on the infamous Philadelphia Flyers’ Gritty mascot, who has been created in a number of different styles, including a $500 3-foot tall model, since 2018. The Philadelphia Phillies’ Bryce Harper has already been cast as a bobble.

Only 1,000 of the Kelce Brothers bobbleheads have been manufactured for the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame by FOCO, retailing for $60 a piece plus $8 for shipping. They can be purchased at


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