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Donna Kelce went viral after rocking a split jersey supporting her 2 sons on opposing teams at the Super Bowl. Now it's on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Clay Walker   

Donna Kelce went viral after rocking a split jersey supporting her 2 sons on opposing teams at the Super Bowl. Now it's on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
  • Donna Kelce's split jersey and shoes are on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
  • Donna's sons Travis and Jason, play for the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles, respectively.

Donna Kelce's jersey that supported both of her NFL player and Super Bowl rival sons, Travis and Jason, is on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

During the 2023 Super Bowl, Donna, mother to Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, went viral for sporting a jersey that supported both of her sons' teams.

The jersey was split in half, with Travis's number and team colors on the front and Jason's on the back. In addition to her jersey, Donna's split shoes and jean jacket are also on display.

On Thursday, the Pro Football Hall of Fame tweeted photos of Donna's display.

"When @tkelce & @JasonKelce became the first brothers to play against each other in a Super Bowl, their mother, @dkelce1, earned national headlines," the tweet read.

"The split @Chiefs/@Eagles jersey & shoes she famously wore are now on display at the Hall of Fame. Talk about a Hall of Fame mom!"

Commenters were largely in favor of the Hall of Fame's decision.

"Shout Out to Momma Kelce," one user wrote.

"What a legendary mom! The Kelce brothers made history in the Super Bowl, but it's their mother who stole the show with her iconic split jersey and shoes," another user added.

Back in February, Donna spoke with Insider about the jersey and its origins.

"It was made by a seamstress in Cleveland. It's one of my favorites," Donna said.

"I don't get to wear it a lot. Because they're in different conferences, they only play each other every four years. So they don't play each other a lot."


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