Travis Kelce Height

At the end of the day, I feel like if you're not having fun with what you do, there's really not much of a point to be doing it.

American football tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL).

About Travis Kelce's Real Height

It is somewhat needless to say that Travis Kelce is a big man. His official height is 6 feet 5 inches. After seeing him next to someone like Shawne Merriman Rob Gronkowski (6’6½”), we think Travis could be a bit shorter than that.

We think Travis is probably just as tall as Tom Brady.

The real height of Travis Kelce is

6 ft 4½ (194.5 cm)

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Here are some more Travis Kelce quotes

On being success-driven.

I told everybody since the second I've been in the league that I've been very success-driven.

On success.

Once you have success, you have to maintain success.

On passion.

Passion sits in your heart and it's within you.

Finding his dream girl.

I'm dedicated to finding the girl of my dreams.

On his dream.

As a kid, I always dreamt of being an NFL quarterback. I remember being 10 years old and saying, 'Mom... I'm gonna throw a football in the NFL, and it's going to be a touchdown, and everybody's gonna love it.'

On his dancing abilities.

I wouldn't even say I'm really good at dancing, I'd just say I'm not shy to movement. At a young age, people would laugh at me moving. None of it looked like it should have been called a dance move. But it was just me being goofy.

On expectations.

Nobody puts more expectations on me than myself. That's just the heart of the competitor. That's how I was raised.

On making people laugh.

I enjoy making people laugh. If I can put a smile on someone's face if I do a dance in the end zone, why not?

On football.

Football is just a game.

On one-on-one matchups.

All I can ask for is the opportunity to go out there and beat a man one on one. If you win your one-on-one matchups in this league, you're going to have a lot of success.

Ice baths.

An ice bath for me is always going to work.

On Kobe Bryant.

I had an opportunity to meet Kobe and he's just an unbelievable person. Travis Kelce.

The difference between NFL and college football.

The biggest leap between the NFL and college football is speed. That's something you hear often. But I think there's more to it than just the speed of the players - there's also the speed with which you have to process information around you.

On his brother.

I couldn't have a better resource than my brother. He's one of the smartest guys you'll have a conversation with. He knows so much about so many different things.

When a girl can't handle herself with class.

It's a deal-breaker for me when a girl can't handle herself with class or acts different when you're not around me and things like that.

On the origins of his athleticism and competitiveness.

I get most of my athleticism from my mom. I know my dad cringes every single time I say that, but my competitive nature was always fueled by my dad.

On making fun of himself.

Nobody can make fun of me better than me.

Walking out on a girl.

I've actually walked out on a girl for being rude to a waitress. I go in to that restaurant all the time and that waitress was a good friend of mine.

On his father.

When I look in my father's eyes, man, I know that I made him proud. As a son, with a father that loves him and believes in him so much, that's the world. It really is.