RUSSELL WILSON has been dominating the headlines this season and Travis Kelce thinks Wilson is loving it.
Marred by poor performances and an overwhelming 3-5 record, Wilson’s debut season with the Denver Broncos didn’t go according to anyone’s predictions.
That being said, the $245 million man has managed to stay in the headlines, partly due to heavy criticism, but partly because of his own eccentricities.
Whether it’s spooky Subway commercials or admitting he spent four hours “pacing up and down the aisles” mid-flight while his teammates slept around him, Wilson continues to divide opinion.
Speaking to his brother and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason on the New Heights Podcast, Kansas City Chiefs Travis Kelce said he believes Wilson is “just fooling us.”
He explained: “Like he’s just feeding us nonsense at this point because he was smiling. Did you see his interview when he explained what he does? He smiled. How mischievous all the time.”
Travis continued, “He answered the questions about what he was doing on the plane.
“He went through every lesson on how to do it. And he had a game plan if, that’s if it’s real, but I think he trolls a bit and just loves to see the world just throw a new one at him on social media.”
And while Jason thinks a story like this couldn’t possibly be made up, Travis isn’t so sure, saying, “No way did he do High Knees in the Aisle Man.”
He continued: “When he does that, I immediately turn into a class clown, I throw paper balls at him, I throw milk cartons at him, I do everything just to tease him because he does all these shenanigans on the plane.
“All these extra gimmicks that probably won’t do anything to better prepare him for the game.”
Real or not, whatever Wilson did to prepare for their Wembley game seems to have worked as they left London with a 21-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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