During announcement, Jason Kelce speaks about the ‘conflicted feeling’ of losing Super Bowl to Chiefs

Former Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce never played for the Kansas City Chiefs. But there were plenty of comments from Jason Kelce during his retirement that hit close to the Chiefs Kingdom. During one stretch of the announcement, he spoke about the Eagles’ 38-35 loss to the Chiefs in the Super Bowl. The dominant storyline of the week was the Kelce Brothers competing against each other on the biggest stage. “I won’t forget falling short to the Chiefs and the conflicted feeling of immense heartbreak I had selfishly for myself and for my teammates, and at the same time, the amount of pride I had that my brother had climbed the mountain top once again,” Jason Kelce said. The victory was Travis Kelce’s second of his now three Super Bowl titles. Jason was going for his second title in the game. He said his connection with his brother is one of the reasons he succeeded in the NFL. “There is no chance I’d be here without the bond Travis and I share,” he said. “It made me stronger, tougher, smarter, and it taught me the values of cooperation, loyalty, patience, and understanding. It’s only too poetic I found my career being fulfilled in the City of Brotherly Love.”Jason Kelce also spoke about how current Chiefs head coach Andy Reid drafted him and Travis. The Eagles selected Kelce late in one of Reid’s final drafts in Philadelphia.

Former Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce never played for the Kansas City Chiefs.

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But there were plenty of comments from Jason Kelce during his retirement that hit close to the Chiefs Kingdom.

During one stretch of the announcement, he spoke about the Eagles’ 38-35 loss to the Chiefs in the Super Bowl.

The dominant storyline of the week was the Kelce Brothers competing against each other on the biggest stage.

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“I won’t forget falling short to the Chiefs and the conflicted feeling of immense heartbreak I had selfishly for myself and for my teammates, and at the same time, the amount of pride I had that my brother had climbed the mountain top once again,” Jason Kelce said.

The victory was Travis Kelce’s second of his now three Super Bowl titles.

Travis Kelce

Jason was going for his second title in the game.

He said his connection with his brother is one of the reasons he succeeded in the NFL.

“There is no chance I’d be here without the bond Travis and I share,” he said. “It made me stronger, tougher, smarter, and it taught me the values of cooperation, loyalty, patience, and understanding. It’s only too poetic I found my career being fulfilled in the City of Brotherly Love.”

Jason Kelce also spoke about how current Chiefs head coach Andy Reid drafted him and Travis.

The Eagles selected Kelce late in one of Reid’s final drafts in Philadelphia.

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