Chiefs All-Pro TE Travis Kelce says he would love to play for Dan Campbell
One future Hall of Famer who would love to play for Campbell is Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro tight end, Travis Kelce.
During his latest New Heights podcast with his brother Jason Kelce (center for the Eagles), Travis said he would love to play for Dan Campbell.
Travis Kelce says he would love to play for Detroit Lions head caoch Dan Campbell
“I’m not gonna lie, after watching ‘Hard Knocks,' I kind of became a fan of the Lions and a lot of the characters they got,” Chiefs All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce said on the latest episode of the New Heights podcast he co-hosts with his brother. “Dan Campbell, would love to play for him. Awesome guy.”
In 2020, Kelce signed a 4-year contract extension worth $57.25 million, which will keep him with the Kansas City Chiefs through the 2025 season.
Kelce, who is about to turn 33, will be a bit over the hill by the time his contract runs out, so the chances of him playing for Campbell seem pretty slim at best.
That being said, the fact that an All-Pro tight end is coming out and saying he would love to play for Campbell can only help the Lions to attract free agents in the future.
Nation, do you think having Dan Campbell as the head coach will attract more free agents to want to come and play for the Detroit Lions?