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In Madden 22, Travis Kelce responds to being in the 99 club.

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, NEVADA – JULY 10: NFL player Travis Kelce tees off on the second hole at Edgewood Tahoe South golf course during round two of the American Century Championship on July 10, 2020 in South Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
(Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images) The Yankees attempted to trade for Max Scherzer, but he turned down their offers. Travis Kelce received a perfect score in Madden, and the great tight end couldn’t be happier.
Is there a tight end in the NFL better than Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs?
When he’s on the field, the 31-year-old standout is nothing short of incredible, and he and Patrick Mahomes have built insane synergy in recent years.
With the release of Madden 22 next month, Kelce will be able to play with the Chiefs and toss the rock to himself knowing he’s a member of the 99 club.
That’s right, Kelce received a perfect score of 99 in the popular video game, an accolade bestowed upon the finest of the best in the NFL.
Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs has received a perfect score in Madden 22. There is no doubt that Kelce is deserving of this distinction.
The 6-foot-5, 260-pounder has 105 receptions for 1,416 yards and 11 touchdowns last season.
He’s not just a stud in Madden, but you should also pick him early in your fantasy football drafts.
Kelce is looking forward to another fantastic season with the Chiefs and Mahomes this season.
After losing the big game against the Bucs this past winter, this squad is favored to win the Super Bowl.
This offseason, Kelce has been grinding like normal, while Mahomes is looking as strong as ever after his offseason foot surgery.
With Week 1 just around the corner, the two will put on a show throughout training camp.
Kelce has at least 100 receptions in two of the last three seasons.
Is he going to be able to break the century milestone in 2021?
Fans of the Chiefs are eager to find out.
Kelce appears to be on track to have a memorable season for the defending AFC champions.