Travis Kelce vs. Jason Kelce: Which Brother Has Made More Money in the NFL?

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Jason Kelce and Travis Kelce talk to their mom.

The matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles was obviously the biggest story of Super Bowl 57, but Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce were a close second. The Kelce brothers made NFL history by becoming the first pair of siblings to face off against each other in a Super Bowl.

Both Kelce brothers might end up in Canton, Ohio in the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day, but there are still some bragging rights to sort out before they decide to retire. But which Kelce brother has made more money in the NFL so far?

Which Kelce brother has made more money in the NFL?

Jason Kelce and Travis Kelce talk to their mom.
Donna Kelce gives cookies to her sons Jason Kelce of the Philadelphia Eagles and Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs | Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Travis might be the more famous brother because of the position he plays and his fiery personality, but older brother Jason has made more money in the NFL to this point.

The Eagles center does have the advantage considering he’s played two more seasons, but he’s earned $67,208,745 throughout his 12 years in the NFL, per Spotrac. Most of that came from the second contract he signed with Philadelphia, which paid him $37.5 million from 2014-2020. Jason is currently playing under a one-year, $9 million contract, so he’ll have to decide this offseason whether to retire or negotiate another contract to return.

As for Travis, the tight end has earned $64,782,220 in 10 seasons with the Chiefs. The most lucrative contract of his career is actually his current one, which is paying him $57.2 million over four years and won’t run out until 2026.

Jason has earned more money to this point, but Travis will catch his older brother soon and will likely finish his career with more career earnings.