Travis Kelce isn’t afraid to watch the Super Bowl game tape, wants rematch with the Bucs | NFL Live

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Travis Kelce joins Laura Rutledge and Marcus Spears on NFL Live to discuss watching Super Bowl game tape, hoping for a rematch with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and more.

0:00 How is he getting better than he’s already been?

0:45 Has he rewatched the Super Bowl and does he want the Bucs again?

1:49 How do they fit the new pieces together?

2:54 His thoughts on Julio Jones.

3:18 His thoughts on Aaron Rodgers.

3:53 On his golf game and a recent trick shots challenge.

5:03 Where is Marcus’ invite to Tight End U?

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