The last revealing testimony came after the game, when tight end Travis Kelce came unhinged in what began as a defense of Fisher and ended as a cheap rant against the officials that perhaps provided some insight as to how Kelce followed up a dropped pass by incurring an unnecessary roughness penalty on the next play.
Goodbye to death-defying feats — daring young men (and women) on the flying trapeze, whip-wielding lion tamers, human cannonballs. Goodbye to the scent of peanuts and popcorn, the thrill of three rings, the jaunty bum-bum-dadadada of circus music.
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce was unhappy with a holding call that negated the game-tying two-point conversion during the closing minutes of Sunday's 18–16 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Divisional playoffs at Arrowhead Stadium.
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