Jason Kelce is the older brother of Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. Jason played hockey in high school while Travis played basketball.
The two are also the hosts of the New Heights podcast. He made an appearance in Charlie Kelly’s made-up Super Bowl LII episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, “Charlie’s Home Alone,” alongside former Eagle Beau Allen.
Jason Daniel Kelce is an American football center for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Eagles in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played college football at Cincinnati.
Super Bowl champion Kelce has been chosen for the Pro Bowl five times and has made the first team four times. He is Travis Kelce’s older brother, the tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs.
North Carolina’s Greenville is where Kelce was born. He was raised in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, as the son of Donna, a banker, and Ed Kelce, a sales representative for the steel industry.
He is Travis Kelce’s older brother, a Kansas City Chiefs tight end and future pro bowler. He went to Cleveland Heights High School, where he was twice named All-Lake Erie-Lake League for his running back and linebacker performances.
He participated in the jazz and symphonic bands at Cleveland Heights by playing baritone saxophone.
Former walk-on running back Kelce first played fullback before transferring to offensive line after redshirting his first season at Cincinnati. In 2007, as the Bearcats went 10-3 and defeated Southern Mississippi 31-21 in the PapaJohns.com Bowl, he played center and guard in nine games.
Despite not having “real NFL size,” Kelce was predicted to go in the fourth or fifth round. At the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, he had the quickest 40-yard sprint time of any offensive lineman, clocking in at 4.89 seconds. Kelce underwent an appendectomy on March 11, 2011, after being given the diagnosis of appendicitis.
On March 11, after mulling retirement before the 2022 offseason, Kelce signed a new one-year deal with the Eagles worth $14 million, which made him the highest paid center in the NFL.
Where Did Jason Kelce Attend College?
He played college football at Cincinnati.
Where Did Jason Kelce Attend High School?
He attended Cleveland Heights High School, where he played both running back and linebacker and was twice named All-Lake Erie-Lake League.