Travis Kelce Explains Why He's Had to Stop Having Mail Delivered to His House

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end says all items go 'right back to sender.'

Travis Kelce has a message for anybody trying to send him snail mail: Don't. 

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end reveals on Wednesday's episode of his New Heights podcast presented by Wave Sports + Entertainment that he no longer receives mail at his home due to an overwhelming influx of deliveries. The topic is raised after his brother and co-host, Philadelphia Eagles alum Jason Kelce, shares that he and wife Kylie Kelce recently hired a team of professional organizers to help them with some spring cleaning around their home. 

Travis agrees that clearing out clutter is key.

"The one thing you don't realize, that when somebody posts your house online, that everybody now has your address and people just send stuff to your house," he says. "So I literally stopped getting mail to my house. I had to stop. I had to literally tell the post office and everybody to, like, stop bringing stuff to my house." 

Jason plays devil's advocate, reminding Travis that "there's some stuff that comes and it's pretty cool." 

But Travis is undeterred. 

"Anything sent to my house, send right back to the sender," he declares. "So anybody that's just sending random s**t to my house, uh, it's not getting to me."

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift - Getty Images

Travis has seen an increase in his public profile over the last year amid his romance with pop icon Taylor Swift. According to multiple reports, Travis purchased a $6 million home in Kansas City, Missouri, last fall in an effort for more privacy after the couple went public with their relationship

There's no talk of Taylor on the latest episode of New Heights, despite the couple stepping out together for Patrick Mahomes15 and the Mahomies Foundation Gala on Saturday night in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

An eyewitness told ET that Taylor and Travis "walked in holding hands and were affectionate all night" while supporting Mahomes' charity initiative in Las Vegas, Nevada. The eventgoer adds that throughout the night, there was "lots of kissing and just overall happiness between them. The support is there for one another."

"The two seem to be in good spirits and definitely in love," said the eyewitness.

This amid a historic week for both Travis and Taylor, with the former inking a deal to make him the highest paid tight end in the NFL and the latter shattering numerous records with the release of her 11th studio album. 

Swifties have speculated that The Tortured Poets Department includes a number of love songs aimed at Travis, including "The Alchemy" and "So High School." 

"Travis is so supportive of the entire album and loves that he is a part of Taylor's story," a source told ET after the release. "He is a Swiftie through and through, and is very proud of her." 

While Taylor is gearing up to resume her Eras Tour on May 9 in Paris, France, Travis is prepping to host his second annual Kelce Jam, presented by Jim Beam. The festival goes down May 18 at Azura Amphitheater in Kansas City. Some of this year's featured artists include Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz and Diplo.

"It's definitely been fun to experience her taste in music, for sure," Kelce recently said of Swift in an interview with ET. "She's so amazing at what she does. And to find that creativity to see where she likes to pull things from and just, really, how she listens to music is very eye-opening for me. It's been fun to hear her take on it."