The Kansas City Chiefs’ players have been involved in offseason “summits” over the years. Current Chiefs pass-rusher Frank Clark — as well as former Chiefs pass-rusher Dee Ford — have been known to be involved in Von Miller’s annual summit, where the better quarterback chasers from around the league gather prior to training camp in order to better themselves by learning from each other.
Other premier pass rushers such as defensive end Shaquil Barrett, Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, Ravens defensive lineman Calais Campbell, Colts defensive lineman DeForest Buckner and Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan have been known to attend.
Well, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has decided to team up with San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle and retired NFL tight end Greg Olsen to get some of the league’s best tight ends together in the same spirit.
TEU: @gkittle46, @Gregolsen88, and @tkelce have teamed up this summer to create a Tight-End summit, featuring the position’s top talent from across the league. Follow @te_university on TW and IG for further updates.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 13, 2021
Kelce and Kittle are the two best current tight ends in the NFL, and Olsen went to three Pro Bowls during his 14-year NFL career. He retired in January.
Thus far, “Tight End University Unite” has tweeted once, simply telling fans to stay tuned.
Keep an eye out for updates as we uniTE Tight Ends from across the league... pic.twitter.com/vOhDD8zHRb— TEU (@te_university) May 13, 2021
Perhaps Kelce will start with an invitation out to Noah Gray, the rookie the Chiefs drafted out of Duke in the fifth round.