Travis Kelce

#87 TE / Kansas City Chiefs / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 260 lb Age: 26 College: Cincinnati Bye 9,20,21

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Signs five-year extension with Chiefs

    Kelce signed a five-year, $46 million extension with the Chiefs on Friday, Ian Rapoport of reports. The Chiefs made Kelce the second-highest paid tight end in the league on Friday, with $20.5 million of the extension guaranteed. The deal looks him up through 2021. Kelce was the Chiefs' second-leading receiver in 2015 with 72 receptions for 875 yards and five touchdowns.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Tallies 23 reception yards in divisional round loss

    Kelce secured six of nine targets for 23 yards in Saturday's 27-20 divisional round loss to the Patriots. The third-year pro simply could not get downfield, as the Patriots clearly focused on containing one of the Chiefs' top passing-game weapons. Kelce's minuscule 3.8 yards per catch was easily his lowest of the season, and outside of a game-high 13-yard reception, he only managed 10 yards on his five other catches. Despite the mediocre finish, Kelce saw increases in his catches (72), yards (875) and targets (100) from a year ago, and will undoubtedly be a focal point of the Kansas City passing game in 2016.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Comes up big in win over Texans

    Kelce caught eight of 10 targets for 128 yards in Sunday's win over the Texans. The big tight end assumed a central role in the passing game after Jeremy Maclin left with an injury, and he responded with his largest yardage output of the season in recording his first 100-yard game since the season opener. Kelce will play a large role once again next week, whether Maclin is healthy or not, as the Chiefs travel to take on either the Broncos or the Patriots.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Active Saturday

    Kelce (groin) is listed as active Saturday at Houston, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports. After practicing in full all week, Kelce will aim to replicate his only performance of the season against the Texans from Week 1, when he set season highs in both yards (106) and touchdowns (two).

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Catches one pass against Oakland

    Kelce caught a single 10-yard pass off of two targets in Sunday's win over Oakland. Sunday was just Kelce's second game all season with fewer than three catches and his 10 yards were a season low. For the season, Kelce ranked tied for seventh among tight ends in receptions, sixth in yards and ninth in touchdowns. Houston and its third-ranked pass defense represents a challenge for Kansas City in the Wild Card Weekend opener, but Kelce put together his best game of the season in the teams' Week 1 matchup, snagging six catches for 106 yards and two scores.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Scores in Chiefs' ninth consecutive win.

    Kelce (groin) caught six passes on a team-high eight targets for 43 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Browns. Kelce has yet to hit the 100-yard mark since Week 1, when he also scored twice at Houston, but he continues to get a decent number of looks from quarterback Alex Smith. The problem is that the Chiefs don't pass the ball all that often, and wideout Jeremy Maclin is still the top option in the passing game. Kelce has only two touchdowns in the seven games since the Chiefs' Week 9 bye, though up next is a Week 17 matchup against a Raiders defense that has been awful against opposing tight ends this season.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Leads Chiefs in receiving yardage versus Ravens

    Kelce hauled in six of seven targets for 73 yards in Sunday's win over the Ravens. The big tight end led the Chiefs in yardage Sunday, but he failed to reach the end zone for the fifth time in the last six games. Kelce's season totals look rather pedestrian compared to the expectations he carried into the year, but the amount of attention he generally gets sees from Alex Smith amounts to potential for this type of production in any given matchup. He will look to break out versus the Browns next week.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Playing through minor groin ailment Sunday

    Kelce (groin) is active Sunday against the Chargers. Kelce practiced in full each day this week, so the injury was never expected to force him out of game action. What's more concerning is that the tight end logged season-lows in both snap count (48) and targets (three) Week 13 against a weak Raiders pass defense. He'll look to bounce back Sunday afternoon against the league's No. 21-ranked unit against the pass (246 yards allowed/game).

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Has quiet Sunday

    Kelce finished Sunday's game against the Raiders with just two grabs for 42 yards on three targets. Kelce remains one of the top targets in the Chiefs' passing game, but he didn't get to take advantage of the lackluster Oakland defense, with most of the targets heading Jeremy Maclin's way. The Chiefs have some great matchups down the stretch, making Kelce a prime fantasy option heading into the playoffs.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Active Sunday

    Kelce (groin) is active for Sunday's game in Oakland, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports. A full participant in practice this week with a groin injury, Kelce will turn his sights on a Raiders defense that has given up an NFL-worst 11 touchdowns to tight ends in the current campaign.

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