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Jason Kelce announces his retirement from the NFL in tear-packed press conference

Jason Kelce

See the press conference above LIVE at 1 p.m. The legendary Jason Kelce of the Eagles has made a decision regarding his future and will make it known this afternoon. On Monday at 1 p.m., Jason Kelce, 36, will address the media at the Eagles’ NovaCare Complex regarding his future. Live coverage of the press conference will be on NBC Sports Philadelphia. I have decided not to release any Keg videos this year, and I will discuss my decision at a news conference this afternoon.

Jason Kelce, on March 4, 2024 (@JasonKelce)

The veteran center for the Eagles has thought about retiring after each of the last few seasons. It’s possible that he will genuinely leave the NFL at this point. Although there hasn’t been an official statement, rumors that Jason Kelce intended to retire first appeared shortly after the Eagles’ postseason season concluded. Despite turning thirty-six in 2023, Jason Kelce continued to play at a very high level and was selected as a Pro Bowler and an All-Pro. He’s very nearly the best center in the NFL, if he’s not still the best. Throughout his 13-year NFL tenure, Jason Kelce has been a Pro Bowl player seven times and a first-team All-Pro six times. In each of his previous eight seasons, he has been selected to either the Pro Bowl or the All-Pro team. His professional life is worthy of the Medal of Honor.

In the event that Jason Kelce made the decision to retire

The Eagles may have selected Nebraska’s Cam Jurgens in the second round of the previous draft to replace him. Jurgens was chosen by the Eagles with the 51st overall pick in 2022. Jurgens didn’t play much in his first campaign, but in 2023 he started at right guard for the Eagles. In fact, Jason Kelce assisted in scouting Jurgens and supported the selection. He appeared to take pleasure in the opportunity to assist in selecting his ultimate successor.

Jordan Mailata, who and Landon Dickerson, who started on the on the left of the offensive line, will return to the Eagles in 2024, as will right tackle Lane Johnson. In the event that Jurgens switches to center, Tyler Steen, a 2023 third-round pick, might start at right guard.

However, the Eagles will have a few months to work. Through all of that if Jason Kelce does decide to retire on Monday. This could be a city’s opportunity to give thanks to a legend.

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