KANNAS CITY CHIEFS: You never played for us, but you’re still family. The game is going to miss you Jason ❤️ Congratulations on a legendary career!

Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs reacts during his brother, Jason's, retirement announcement from the NFL at NovaCare Complex on March 04, 2024 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

On Monday (March 4), the Philadelphia Eagles center officially announced his retirement from the National Football League (NFL) during a deeply emotional press conference.

During the heartfelt 40-minute conference, Jason Kelce reflected on his illustrious career, often breaking down in tears. His brother, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, was present, visibly moved and seen wiping tears from his face.

Having dedicated his entire 13-season NFL career to the Eagles, Jason achieved notable success, including a Super Bowl victory in 2018. He boasts seven Pro Bowl appearances and six All-Pro selections. In a particularly poignant moment, Jason acknowledged Travis, emphasizing, “There is no chance I would be here without the bond Travis and I share. It made me stronger, tougher, smarter, and taught me the values of cooperation, loyalty, patience, and understanding.”

Continuing his reflection, Jason remarked, “It’s only too poetic I found my career being fulfilled in the City of Brotherly Love. I knew that relationship all too well.”

Notably, Jason attended Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas last month, supporting his brother Travis and the Kansas City Chiefs. Accompanied by Travis’ girlfriend, pop superstar Taylor Swift, as well as Blake Lively, Lana Del Rey, Miles Teller, and other famous friends, Jason watched the Chiefs secure victory against the San Francisco 49ers from a private suite.

Following the game, Jason, Travis, and Swift were spotted celebrating at a club in Las Vegas alongside Travis’ teammates. Videos from the celebration went viral, capturing moments of Jason Kelce dancing in a red and yellow wrestling mask and Taylor Swift singing along to her own songs with Travis.