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Ravens Insider: Travis Kelce has arrived in Baltimore for AFC title game. Can Taylor Swift be far behind?


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The Kansas City Chiefs’ plane landed at BWI-Marshall Airport on Saturday afternoon, carrying dreams of an AFC title and Taylor Swift’s boyfriend.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has arrived in Baltimore, along with his teammates and coaches, as they prepare to take on the Ravens at 3 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium.

But other than a host of social media memes, Swift has yet to be seen officially in Baltimore. A spokesperson for the global pop star could not be reached for comment about when or if she would arrive to watch Kelce take the field.

The Maryland Department of Transportation directed a reporter to the Maryland Aviation Administration, which declined to comment on Swift’s potential travel. The governor’s office and BWI could not be reached for comment.

Last week, Kelce said he was focused on the game and that his relationship was a separate compartment.

“The only thing we’ve talked about is as long as we’re happy, we can’t listen to anything that’s outside noise,” Kelce told reporters in Kansas City about his relationship, according to CNN.com. “That’s all that matters.”

Swift has faced a lot of outside noise over the past week, much of it related to her privacy and safety.

On X, the website formerly known as Twitter, fake and explicit AI-generated images of the singer were distributed widely before being shut down. Also, a suspect was jailed after repeatedly showing up at her home in New York City.

Swift’s fans seem eager to welcome her and also to root for the Ravens.

Swift, 34, has not performed in the Baltimore area since she was a 19-year-old country singer stopping at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia on her 2009 Fearless tour. Although she has made stops in Washington and Prince George’s County since then, Swift’s closest stop to Charm City during last year’s record-breaking Eras tour was Philadelphia.

Swift is far from the only celebrity showing up in Baltimore for Saturday’s championship game – T-Pain will be playing the halftime show, setting the stage for a potential reunion. Decorated Olympian Michael Phelps, a Baltimore native, will deliver the game ball, and Ravens legends Ray Lewis and Ed Reed are also planned to be a part of Sunday’s festivities.

Baltimore Sun reporter Maya Lora contributed to this article.

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