Travis Kelce expresses his displeasure after being denied a Kansas City Chiefs record.

Travis Kelce conveyed his feelings about losing out on a key milestone at the end of the regular season in a straightforward and concise manner.

Prior to the Kansas City Chiefs' final regular-season game, the 34-year-old receiver needed only 16 yards to qualify for his eighth consecutive season with more than 1,000 receiving yards. 

Despite this, the tight end was unable to reach the milestone because he did not play in the team's 13-12 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers.

During the most recent episode of his New Hiehgts podcast, which included his brother, Jason Kelce, who plays for the Philadelphia Eagles,

the nine-time Pro Bowler disclosed that he had no regrets about not being able to achieve a personal milestone.

The Chiefs' star player told reporters, "No, it wasn't even about the record." I could care less about the record. That was a record that I had broken four times before.

Kelce addressed any questions or concerns about his absence from the game during his podcast. He continued, "It never felt right." 

There was no relationship between it and my health, and it had no bearing on whether I would be injured. 

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