Travis Kelce Believes Jason Kelce Has More Game Left
Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs’ star tight end, recently shared his thoughts on whether his brother, Jason Kelce, will be playing in the Philadelphia Eagles’ Week 1 opener in São Paulo, Brazil. When asked at Super Bowl Media Day, Travis gave a quick response, saying, “I think so. I don’t know. I’m not a betting man, but I think he’s got some football left in him.”
Leaving the Decision to Jason
Travis was also asked about the odds of Jason returning for another season, to which he replied, “I’m going to leave that up to him.” As close as the brothers are, it’s possible that Travis may have some insight into Jason’s decision-making process.
An Impressive Career and Consideration of Retirement
Jason Kelce, the veteran center for the Eagles, has been a key part of the team’s success on the field. Many believe he is a potential Hall of Famer. However, Jason has been considering retirement for the past few seasons. Despite his contemplation, he has continued to perform at a high level and provide leadership to one of the best offensive lines in the NFL.
Scouts, analysts, and fans have been impressed by Jason’s agility, speed, and strength, as he effortlessly maneuvers on the line and reaches the next level. His skills have not diminished over his 13-year career.
Jason’s Support for Travis
While Jason makes his decision, he continues to support his brother, Travis, in his journey to another Super Bowl victory. Jason was even seen shirtless in freezing Buffalo, braving the cold to cheer on the Chiefs during their divisional round victory over the Bills. He was also present during the Chiefs’ AFC championship game win over the Baltimore Ravens.
As the offseason progresses, fans and teammates alike eagerly await Jason Kelce’s final decision on whether he will lace up his pads for another season or hang them up for good.