The Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League’s roster have a professional football center named Jason Kelce. 1.4 m tall and 134 kg, he is. He graduated from Cleveland Heights High School, where he doubled as a linebacker and running back while earning two All-Lake Erie-Lake League honors.
His collegiate football career began at the University of Cincinnati after graduating from high school, where he played for the Cincinnati Bearcats. He played center and guard in nine games in 2007, having redshirted his true freshman season. He has 13 left guard starts as a sophomore in 2008.
He started 13 games at left guard in 2009, earning second-team All-Big East recognition. At the 2011 NFL Draft’s sixth round, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Kelce with the 191st overall pick. In March 2021, he and the Philadelphia Eagles came to an agreement on a new deal. He was added to the COVID list on January 3, 2022, and four days later he was activated.
In 2021, he was selected for his third straight Pro Bowl and was a finalist for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award with the Eagles. The Associated Press selected him for the first team of All-Pros for the fourth time in his career. The Eagles offered him a new, $14 million, one-year contract in March 2022, making him the highest-paid center in the NFL
Where Is Jason Kelce From?
Jason Kelce is from Cleveland Heights, Ohio in the United States of America.