Travis Kelce is seen heading to Chiefs practice in his Rolls as ‘squirle’ dashes across the road – a day after Taylor Swift left for her 34th birthday celebrations with Selena Gomez in NYC

Watch out for that ‘squirle’! It was business as usual for Travis Kelce as the Kansas City Chief’s left for practice early Wednesday but a heart-stopping moment for the squirrel who got in his way.

Exclusive pictures obtained by show the Chief’s tight narrowly avoiding rolling his Rolls over the furry creature as he headed out to Arrowhead Stadium shortly before 8am

While girlfriend Swift jetted to New York City Tuesday to enjoy an early birthday dinner with Selena Gomez and friends in the city’s hippest members club Zero Bond, Kelce stayed in Kansas to record his podcast and get ready for the Chief’s game against the Patriots this weekend.

Exclusive pictures obtained by show the tight end heading out in his Rolls Royce shortly before 8am.

Swift, who turned 34 today, flew out yesterday morning after a whirlwind visit to Kansas to watch Kelce and his team play the Buffalo Bills in a game that resulted in a controversial 20-17 loss.

But showing that Swift is never far from his mind her NFL boyfriend gave her a shout out on the latest episode of New Heights, the podcast he co-hosts with brother, Philadelphia Eagles player, Jason Kelce, 36.

According to Jason he and his brother’s football jerseys are the top two best sellers in the UK with Travis, 34, being number one.

Responding to his brother’s question, ‘Lot of Swifties over there in the UK?’ Travis said ‘Got to be. It’s the only reasonable solution to all this.’

He went on to give a sweet thank you and ‘shout out’ to both Jason’s wife Kyle and Swift for their support.

But while he may be clear on his feelings for Swift, Kelce’s grasp of the countries that make up the United Kingdom is decidedly foggy despite stating that geography is ‘usually his thing.’

As Jason thanked their ‘friends across the pond’ Kelce suggested they should get a live show over there sparking an excruciating exchange between the brothers over just what countries make up the United Kingdom – Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England.