"As long as Trav is happy and enjoying life, I'm happy and enjoying life," Jason said
"I've been fortunate to meet Taylor now. She's [an] awesome, genuine, down-to-earth person, which has been great to see, whenever you're seeing anyone of that caliber of stardom," Jason said.
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He added that even though his family is receiving more media attention now, the only thing he's concerned about is Travis' happiness.
"My brother and his love life is definitely the topic of the NFL right now, and my whole thing with that is as long as Trav is happy and enjoying life, I'm happy and enjoying life," Jason continued.
Jason's thoughts on Swift, 34, came up in response to a question about how he and his family are dealing with the increased level of media attention brought on by Travis' romance.
He said he noticed the extra attention during a recent trip to Disney World with his wife Kylie and their three daughters, but he's trying not to let it impact him too much.
"You try not to change or do anything different," Jason said, noting his goal is to "act the same and be the same."
"It's going to be an awesome game to watch, I can't wait to watch it," he told the NFL Network. "But yeah, whenever you're watching a loved one compete, there's a very prideful feeling that you have that's very different than competing on your own or watching the game regularly."
"Obviously, my brother and I love each other very much," Jason added. "We're cherishing these moments 'cause we know eventually they'll be gone."
Jason hasn't officially retired from the NFL, but there are rumors he played his last NFL game in the 2023 season.
Super Bowl LVIII kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium, live on CBS.
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