Travis Kelce shouts ‘Go Birds’ in Philadelphia Eagles support as brother Jason raises money for incredible cause

TRAVIS Kelce yelled out a common Philadelphia Eagles chant phrase as his brother Jason raised money for a wonderful cause.

The Kansas City Chiefs star tight end, 34, was alongside his Eagles Pro Bowl brother on their New Heights podcast on Wednesday.

The two NFL brothers brought on actor Rob McElhenney, who’s a big Eagles fan and is known for being the star of the hit comedy series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Jason discussed McElhenney’s involvement in the Eagles Autism Foundation.

And that the Hollywood actor took part in the foundation’s auction of Jason’s wife Kylie’s Eagles letterman jacket.

McElhenney pointed out that his $62,000 bid wasn’t enough.

He made the bid in honor of Jason’s No. 62 jersey number.

Then, McElhenney revealed that he was outbid by his wife and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-star, Kaitlin Olson.

She then appeared on the podcast as McElhenney shared that Olson had a $100,000 successful bid.

“This is a foundation that’s important to both of us.

“The jacket looks great on your wife… and he mentions nothing about it?”

As Jason and the two celebrity guests shouted: “Go birds!” Travis decided to join in on the action.

“I’ll even say it. Go birds!” he yelled.

Jason, McElhenney, and Olson loved the two-time Super Bowl champion’s reaction and proceeded to clap.

Travis and Jason are coming off of two Week 12 victories.

They faced off in the previous week as the Eagles had a comeback 21-17 victory over the Chiefs.