Taylor Swift Accepted as Member of Kansas City Chiefs Family
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The 'Fortnight' singer, through her relationship with Travis Kelce, has become an integral part of the Kansas City Chiefs community, earning high praise from offensive coordinator Matt Nagy for her humility and talent.

AceShowbiz - In a recent interview with KCTV, Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy expressed the team's love for having Taylor Swift as an extended family member since she began dating tight end Travis Kelce in the fall. Nagy commended Swift and Kelce for their exceptional humility and talent in their respective fields of music and football.

Swift made her first NFL game appearance in September, supporting Kelce at Arrowhead Stadium. She quickly became a regular at Chiefs games, cheering them all the way to their Super Bowl victory in February.

Despite not yet having met Swift personally, Nagy remains impressed by her impact on the team. He praised Swift and Kelce as "two big, powerful people that are also so humble," highlighting their talent and dedication in their chosen careers.

Kelce's coach's comments come amidst Swift's recent album release, "The Tortured Poets Department", which has received positive reception from fans and critics. Sources shared with ET that Kelce has been supportive of Swift during this time, admiring her creative process and respecting her opinions.

Fans speculate that several songs on the album, including "The Alchemy" and "So High School," may be dedicated to Kelce, with their lyrics referencing football and their close bond.

Nagy's effusive praise for Swift underscores her growing influence and popularity within the Kansas City Chiefs organization. Her presence has fostered a sense of unity and has become a source of pride for players and coaches alike.

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