KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs' touchdown celebrations have been anything but boring.
Fans have seen everything from wide receiver Tyreek Hill doing a back-flip into the end zone and left tackle Eric Fisher channeling Stone Cold Steve Austin with a few beers from fans.
On Super Bowl Sunday, you would think the Chiefs have a few choreographed celebrations, but according to tight end Travis Kelce, the team has nothing up their sleeve.
“I’ll tell you what, I think when the league finally let us a couple years ago celebrate together, we had about 10 of them going into every single game and you saw all of those," Kelce said. "I don’t know if we’re burnt out or don’t have any more creativity, but we’re more focused on getting in the end zone and celebrating with our teammates."
This means celebrations on Sunday will come naturally.
"Nothings choreographed or nothings premeditated. It’s all just being in the flow of the game and enjoying it with our brothers," Kelce said.
In 2017, the National Football League scaled back the excessive celebration rule.
As long as there are no violent gestures, prolonged celebrations or anything that could potentially harm the goalposts, the Chiefs should be good to go with any moves they break out on Sunday.