Travis Kelce ‘has star power to be bigger than Tom Brady in broadcasting booth’ ahead of NFL legend’s $375m Fox deal

THE Kelce brothers have dominated much of the on-field NFL season conversation – but Tom Brady continues to own the broadcast booth.

However, a PR expert has claimed that Travis could rival Brady’s multimillion-dollar broadcasting role.
Eric Schiffer, chairman of the Los Angeles-based firm Reputation Management Consultants, spoke exclusively to The U.S. Sun about the Kelce brother’s post-season opportunities – and how they stack up against Tom Brady.


“I think he [Jason] has the opportunity to fill a slot but he’s not going to get [Tom] Brady dollars,” Schiffer said.

“Travis, however, has the opportunity to be even bigger than Brady because of the way in which he has conducted himself and the star power he’s accruing over the last year.”


Former quarterback, Tom Brady, recently discussed his new project while on the Pat McAfee show.
Brady revealed that he had signed a 10-year, $375 million broadcasting deal with Fox following his retirement from the NFL in 2022.

He also said that he had been secretly practicing for his new role with NFL sports commenter Kevin Burkhardt.

“I’ve been out to the Fox studios a few times and done some really dry runs with Kevin, who’s tremendous at what he does.

“I’m super excited to join an amazing team,” Brady shared.

After the Philadelphia Eagles lost in the playoffs, Kelce allegedly told his team that he was retiring.

However, Kelce denied the report stating that he still had much to consider.

Travis discussed his brothers’ retirement during a Super Bowl press event on Monday.

“I’ll tell you what, I think it’s still up in the air whether or not he’s going to continue to play football,” Travis said.
“I’m not a betting man, but I think he’s got some football left in him.

“I’m going to leave that up to him.”

Schiffer spoke about whether Jason could ever secure and succeed in a broadcasting role.

“He’ll get a gig if he wants one,” he said.
And he’s good on camera. He’s charismatic, he’s pop culture given his brother, and he’s definitely gregarious, both clothed and unclothed.
I think there’s a good shot that he secures something that would be meaningful but he’s not going to edge out deal size that Tom Brady might get at this time.”


While Jason’s retirement is imminent, according to reports, Schiffer would be surprised if Travis retired after this Super Bowl.

“I think he still has 2-3 more years to play,” Schiffer said.
“While it would be a fascinating story to retire winning, I think he’s got more gas in the tank.”

The football tight end has been at the center of conversation lately after going public with globally loved pop star, Taylor Swift.

The couple revealed their relationship in September 2023 and haven’t left the spotlight since thanks to millions of adoring fans.

Swift started attending the games of the Chiefs player which sparked dating rumors among fans.

It has since been reported that the two are following in love.

“Taylor is blown away right now and her family is all about Travis,” a source close to Taylor’s celebrity best friend, Blake Lively, told the Daily Mail.