Jason Kelce Says He Lost His Super Bowl Ring In Kiddie Pool Full Of Skyline Chili

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Yep, you read that headline right.

The football season might be over, but the Kelce brothers are still rolling on full steam ahead with their wildly successful New Heights podcast. A story that was told on this week’s episode was tragic, yet also hilarious, and involved Jason Kelce losing the only Super Bowl ring he owns.

The newly retired Kelce brother was discussing an event New Heights hosted called the “Lombaby Games,” which pitted University of Cincinnati student athletes against regular students in a series of strange challenges. One of the events called for the contestants to try and find Super Bowl ring stuffed inside socks that were buried in kiddie pools full of Skyline Chili.

And not just regular fast food chili. It was Skyline’s famous “three-way,” which means the meaty soup also included spaghetti noodles and shredded cheese. That’s shocking, but what’s even more absurd is that Jason Kelce offered up his actual Super Bowl ring that he won in 2018 for the contest… and they never found it.

As he explained on the New Heights pod:

“There was an unfortunate-ness, as you guys know, this game existed because I continuously lose my Super Bowl ring, and I don’t even know if Travis still knows this, but I legitimately lost my Super Bowl ring in this event.

They could not find it… All of this stuff has been thrown away so I think we can safely assume my Super Bowl ring is now in a landfill someplace in the Cincinnati-tristate area. I didn’t think that would happen.”

There was even a metal detector deployed at one point in an effort to find the Super Bowl ring, but they had no luck tracking it down. You’ll get a good idea as to why when you see how chaotic and disgusting the scene of the event was:

When Travis Kelce found out that his brother had lost his actual Super Bowl ring, he offered some comforting support, saying:

“You’re such a f****** imbecile.”

Did I say comforting support? I meant to save brotherly love… and judgement. Jason seemed to be in good spirits about the whole thing, even though he no longer knows where his prized possession is. He hypothesized about where it might be, before coming to the conclusion that he’ll likely never see it again:

“The only thing I can think of is at some point, the sock got kicked out of the three-way and it made its way out of the pool and that it was thrown away in some shape or form. But yes, the Super Bowl ring is officially gone.”

You can hear more about the event that led to Jason Kelce losing his Super Bowl ring in the video below:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock