Travis Kelce Addresses Super Bowl Ring Typo

Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl LVII Ring Ceremony - Red Carpet

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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce claims he doesn't care about a typo on his latest Super Bowl ring.

"I don't give a s**t," Kelce said during the latest episode of his New Heights podcast alongside his brother and co-host, recently retired former Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, released on Wednesday (June 19).

The 14.8-carat rings, which include 529 diamonds, 38 rubies and are reported to be valued at $40,000 each, list the final scores of all four playoff games and opponent seeds, but falsely identified the No. 6 seed Miami Dolphins as the No. 7 seed in the AFC, as several users pointed out online.

"No, I like it that we didn’t give a f--- about what seed Miami was," said Kelce, a three-time Super Bowl champion. "Who cares? They could have done no seeds on the side of them and I would’ve been fine.”

The Chiefs are four months removed from winning their second consecutive Super Bowl and third in five years during a 25-22 overtime win against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII. Kelce, 34, recorded a game-best nine receptions and 93 receiving yards, which included a seven-yard first down catch to setup Hardman's game-winning touchdown on the following play in overtime.

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