Jason Kelce Officially Announces NFL Retirement

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce officially retired from the NFL after 13 seasons.

Kelce held an emotional press conference with his parents, Ed and Donna, and brother, Travis Kelce, in attendance.

Kelce recounted his career with the Eagles, including 13 seasons, a Super Bowl win, and two Christmas albums.

He acknowledged being overrated but credited his hard work and determination for his success.

Kelce will be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2029.

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie expressed his admiration for Kelce's contributions to the organization, and the fans.

Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland expressed his pride in Kelce's career and the legacy he built.

Kelce's 2018 Super Bowl LII parade speech, a memorable moment in sports history, was credited to Philadelphia.

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