Travis Kelce took a playful swipe at Aaron Rodgers in his interview
Kelce's Prevalence in Ads:
Even before going public with his relationship with Taylor Swift, NFL player Travis Kelce was a highly marketable figure.
Kelce featured prominently in ads, including a collaboration with Pfizer to promote flu and COVID-19 vaccines.
In response to the Pfizer ads, injured Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers playfully mocked Kelce as "Mr. Pfizer."
Sibling Business Management:
Kelce's business affairs are managed by his brothers, Eanes and Andre, who oversee investments, marketing, and more.
Kelce's investment portfolio expanded into a tequila company, an energy drink, and a chain of car washes under his brothers' guidance.
Kelce secured lucrative endorsements, including partnerships with brands like Bud Light and the Covid vaccine.
Aaron Rodgers Criticism:
Despite criticism from Rodgers on The Pat McAfee Show, Kelce took the high road and mentioned Rodgers had always been cool to him.
Understanding Rodgers' Situation:
Kelce empathized with Rodgers, acknowledging the challenges of being injured and speculating on the difficulties Rodgers might be facing.
Tuesday Game Days:
Rodgers' regular Tuesday appearances on The Pat McAfee Show became a focal point, especially with his likely season-ending Achilles injury.
Highlight Amidst Injury:
With Rodgers sidelined, his Tuesday calls with the show become a notable highlight in an otherwise challenging season for the quarterback.