Mahomes remains the grim reaper because of his connection with Travis Kelce – Dan Orlovsky | Get Up

Mahomes remains the grim reaper because of his connection with travis kelce - dan orlovsky | get up

ESPN published this video item, entitled “Mahomes remains the grim reaper because of his connection with Travis Kelce – Dan Orlovsky | Get Up” – below is their description.

On Get Up, Dan Orlovsky, Ryan Clark and Rex Ryan join Mike Greenberg to discuss the connection between Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce and why it is so important.

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Dan Orlovsky is a former American football quarterback who played thirteen seasons in the National Football League (NFL) and is a football analyst for ESPN.

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