Jason Kelce is an American football center. Jason plays for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL).
The Eagles selected Kelce in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played college football for the Cincinnati Bearcats. Kelce is a Super Bowl champion, seven-time Pro Bowl pick, and five-time first-team All-Pro selection.
He is well-viewed as one of the greatest centers in NFL history.
Outside of football, Kelce runs the podcast “New Heights” with his brother Travis. In the show, they talk about their sports career and other interesting topics.
What is Jason Kelce’s weight and height?
Jason Kelce’s full name is Jason Daniel Kelce. Jason Kelce’s height is 6 feet 3 inches and his weight is 134 kg.
Jason Kelce’s age is 36 years as of 2023. Jason Kelce was born on 5 November 1987 in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, United States.
Jason Kelce’s parents are Ed Kelce and Donna. Jason has a brother whose name is Travis Kelce. Jason Kelce did his studies at Cleveland Heights High School.
Who is Jason Kelce Wife?
Jason Kelce is a married man. Jason Kelce wife is Kylie McDevitt.
The couple married on April 14, 2018. Jason Kelce and Kylie McDevitt are still together.
Jason Kelce and Kylie McDevitt have three daughters- born in October 2019, March 2021, and February 2023.
Jason Kelce Career
Despite not having an elite size for the NFL, Kelce was expected to be selected in the fourth round. He showcased his speed at the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, recording the fastest 40-yard dash time among offensive linemen at 4.89 seconds. On March 11, 2011, Kelce underwent an appendectomy due to appendicitis.
In Super Bowl LVII, Jason Kelce and the Eagles faced the Kansas City Chiefs. Notably, Jason’s brother Travis played for the Chiefs, making this the first Super Bowl with two brothers on opposing teams. Unfortunately, the Eagles lost to the Chiefs with a score of 38–35.
Despite considering retirement, Kelce decided to stay with the Eagles, signing a one-year contract on March 15, 2023. In Week 6, Kelce set a new Eagles record for most consecutive starts, surpassing John Runyan’s previous record.