Jason Kelce Rocks a Floral Shirt — Instead of Going Shirtless — to Support Brother Travis Alongside Wife Kylie

The NFL star’s appearance comes one week after his viral shirtless celebration at the Chiefs-Bills game

<p>Quinton Lucas/Instagram</p> Jason Kelce

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Jason Kelce

Jason Kelce opted against going shirtless this week — at least so far.

The Philadelphia Eagles center not only pulled out his “Big Yeti” shirt again to cheer for his brother Travis and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday — but he also added an extra layer of clothing over that T-shirt.

In a sequel to his viral shirtless celebration last week, Jason, 36, attended the AFC Championship game, where the Chiefs squared off with the Baltimore Ravens.

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This time, Jason wore a Chiefs-colored floral button-down over a “Big Yeti” shirt and a Chiefs beanie hat — a stark contrast to his bare-chested look at the Chiefs-Bills game on Jan. 21 — as seen in an Instagram photo posted by Patrick Mahomes’ half-sister Mia Bliss and another from Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas.

Jason cheered alongside his wife Kylie Kelce, PEOPLE confirms, and parents Ed and Donna Kelce.

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<p>Quinton Lucas/Instagram</p> Jason Kelce and Quinton Lucas

Quinton Lucas/Instagram

Jason Kelce and Quinton Lucas

“Big Yeti” is a longtime nickname Travis earned in college while playing for the University of Cincinnati.

On the brothers’ joint podcast New Heights, they explained that Travis was given the nickname after playing pickup basketball games shirtless.

“I had the big beard, I had the long hair, I had the chest hair, back hair, arm hair, leg hair,” Travis said on that 2022 podcast episode. “I was just a big ole Yeti out there, man. All the homies on the court were calling me ‘Big Yeti’ — especially ’cause I was a low post player, so I was just down there giving work, handing out work in the post.”

In an interview with Good Morning America this week, Jason's wife Kylie, 31, revealed that at last weekend's game her husband’s “top priority” went unfulfilled, leading him to take off his shirt.

The mother of three said Jason “wanted to get the full Bills experience” while tailgating before kickoff, describing football fans in Buffalo as “famous for their tailgating skills.”

”He desperately wanted to go through a table,” Kylie shared on GMA. “It was on his checklist for the day. Top priority of the day: go through table. He did not get a chance to do that.”

That’s when Jason told his wife, “I’m gonna take my shirt off, and I'm gonna jump out.”

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During one of his forays outside of the VIP suite — which the couple shared with Travis’ girlfriend, Taylor Swift, as well as parents Ed and Donna and other friends — the Eagles veteran spotted a young girl who hoped to get a glimpse of the “Anti-Hero” singer.

As seen in a TikTok video, Jason helped give Rochester third-grader Ella Piazza a boost and positioned her so that Swift could read her sign.

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Going into the Jan. 28 game, it was not certain if Jason would provide an encore to showing his “boobs,” as one of his daughters described during the Chiefs-Bills game.

But on Wednesday’s episode of New Heights, the brothers talked about the big game and Jason’s shirtless moment.

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“I wanted to take everything off and be out there with the fans,” Jason said. “I don’t know if I’m wrong in my head, but I feel like taking your shirt off is a Buffalo Bills thing, right?”

Travis said it was “a moment that I’ll never forget” — even though he was only made aware of it after the game ended.

“Dude, that picture is… I mean everybody’s saying put that thing in the Louvre. Honestly, I might get somebody to f---ing make that portrait,” he said jokingly, referring to the viral content that the shirtless moment inspired and the calls from fans who said the photo should be hanging in the famous art museum in Paris. “That is epic.”

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