When asked about the altercation that occurred between Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker before Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
After Monday's incident, in which Mahomes and Kelce threw the kicker's gear before warmups, Tucker stated he was prepared to move on.
It all started in the end zone when the two-time MVP quarterback was trying to get in some practice throws, but the Pro Bowler's gear and ball holder completely blocked his path.
Tucker claims that Mahomes requested him to "happily" move his helmet, and he complied. According to Mahomes, his favorite pass-catcher took over after Tucker hardly touched the item, as he mentioned on Tuesday.
If you ask Mahomes, Tucker "does that little stuff" to "try to get under our skin."Using some strong language, Kelce was far more critical of the five-time first-team All-Pro from Baltimore.
However, the general rule is to avoid blocking the opposing team's path if you are attempting to enter their assigned region. Well, you know what? "You don't interfere with what they have going on,"
The future Hall of Famer remarked on Wednesday's episode of his "New Heights" podcast. It's the unspoken rule. Take your football, helmet, and kicking tee to the area where the quarterbacks warm up.
Jason Kelce, a famous center for the Philadelphia Eagles and brother of the tight end, co-hosts "New Heights" and said that Tucker "knows how to poke the buttons," but that his move backfired this time.
Also, with his 152nd playoff reception, the 34-year-old surpassed Jerry Rice, the San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame wide receiver, for most postseason catches.