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Travis Kelce and Marquette King hug it out at Pro Bowl after in-season spat

A pair of AFC West rivals met up Wednesday at the Pro Bowl in Orlando on Wednesday, where they made it clear that their in-season trash talking is water under the bridge.

Back in December, the Chiefs hosted the Raiders, and Kansas City's Tyreek Hill returned one of Marquette King's punts 78 yards for a score, after which Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce taunted King with one of the punter's own dances. Then there was some disagreement over the words the two exchanged:

"He told me I didn't have any rhythm."

"... Trust me, wait until I get in the end zone, i'll show you some rhythm." https://t.co/sfMIc89HDC

— NFL (@NFL) December 9, 2016

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I told him I don't need a reality show to find a girl lol... https://t.co/O54A8nCA0b

— Marquette King (@MarquetteKing) December 9, 2016

At the Pro Bowl, things have been different. "Ya'll remember the guy that was trying to dance?" King said in a video he shared from Orlando. Why yes, we do. They're buddies now, just a couple guys who enjoy some theatrics: