Chiefs Travis Kelce bobblehead brings smiles for all (includes video story)

A three-foot-tall ceramic bobblehead modeled after Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has been making moves off the field. This Kelce is not quite as good at catching a football, however, he may be equally as good an entertainer.

Chiefs fan Brian Abbott owns the bobblehead and uses the figure when he tours schools, hospitals, and even charities in hopes of bringing positive energy and smiles all around. 

“Wherever we went, everybody just kind of came around us and said ‘Ah, this is so cool,’” said Abbott.

With the Super Bowl wrapped up and the offseason approaching, Abbott plans to auction off the bobblehead. He hopes it will find the same level of success in making others smile once in its new home.

“You look at him, you smile,” said Abbott.

Zeth Leon is of Cuban descent. He is currently a Junior at FIU majoring in Digital Communications and Media with a concentration in digital broadcasting. After graduation, he plans to incorporate his love for sports into his work by becoming a play-by-play commentator or talk show host for a sports network.