Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce recently 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 at the position together as part of “Tight End University,” the first-ever summit and meetup for the league’s top tight ends.
There is now a list of 12 players who plan to attend, per the event’s Twitter account:
- Darren Waller (Las Vegas Raiders)
- T.J. Hockenson (Detroit Lions)
- Kyle Pitts (Atlanta Falcons)
- Mark Andrews (Baltimore Ravens)
- Mike Gesicki (Miami Dolphins)
- Robert Tonyan (Green Bay Packers)
- Noah Fant (Denver Broncos)
- Zach Ertz (Philadelphia Eagles)
- Cole Kmet (Chicago Bears)
- Jonnu Smith (New England Patriots)
- Eric Ebron (Pittsburgh Steelers)
- David Njoku (Cleveland Browns)
Kelce and the Chiefs will play seven of the tight ends planning to attend during the course of the 2021 NFL season. “Tight End University” will take place sometime later this summer in Nashville.