WATCH: Cincinnati crowd goes absolutely wild over Joe Burrow’s special appearance on Travis Kelce’s special ‘New Heights podcast’

Burrow walked inside the UC stadium with loud cheer and hugged both Travis and Jason Kelce.

WATCH: Cincinnati crowd goes absolutely wild over Joe Burrow’s special appearance on Travis Kelce’s special ‘New Heights podcast’

Joe Burrow met with Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce at University of Cincinnati as they hosted New Heights podcast live (Image via IMAGO)

Joe Burrow was the special guest at the inaugural live broadcast of Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce‘s New Heights podcast at their alma mater, the University of Cincinnati. The event was a memorable night for locals and UC students, featuring three of their hometown heroes on stage together.


On Wednesday night, the Cincinnati Bengals quarterback made a special appearance alongside teammate Orlando Brown Jr. The stage was set for their grand entrance.

Cheerleaders lined up the pathway to the stage as Joe Burrow walked in wearing all-black casuals. The crowd cheered at the top of their voices as he hugged Jason and Travis.

Travis revealed a few episodes ago that Burrow would be joining them, but he never disclosed when. But the 27-year-old’s appearance wasn’t the only moment from the night that went viral. 


After they wrapped up the show, the Kelce brothers received their degrees. Travis, before accepting his chugged-down can of beer, slammed it into the ground like a WWE wrestler.

Joe Burrow promises ‘big’ for the upcoming season amidst multiple departures from Bengals

Before his long-awaited reunion with the Kelce siblings, Joe Burrow chatted with Bengals senior writer Geoff Hobson. During the interview, the first thing he revealed was the condition of his injured wrist that kept him out of playing in 2023.

WATCH: Cincinnati crowd goes absolutely wild over Joe Burrow's special appearance on Travis Kelce's special 'New Heights podcast'
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow (Image via IMAGO)

Burrow revealed that he felt great and that the rehab was going smoothly.

Getting better every day. We'll continue to throw and progress.
Joe Burrow told Geoff Hobson

Yet the main question is, with so many changes during the offseason, will the new players be able to adapt to the system quickly? Running back Joe Mixon left for the Houston Texans, right tackle Jonah Williams signed with the Arizona Cardinals and wide receiver Tyler Boyd remains a free agent as of now.


New faces such as tight Mike Gesicki, running back Zack Moss, and tackle Trent Brown will now be the engine house for the Bengals. Burrow believes that despite the changes, they will remain competitive and give the AFC teams a run for their money.

We know we have the right people in place to reach our goals. It's just about putting all those pieces together and finding our roles to optimize what we can do.
Burrow said

The Bengals begin their offseason run on Monday. It will be interesting to see how Burrow utilizes his new teammates in the upcoming season and challenges the likes of the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, and Baltimore Ravens.

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