Eagles activate Jason Kelce off COVID-19 list

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Jason Kelce‘s streak may continue after all.

The Eagles announced on Friday that Kelce has been activated off the COVID-19 list, which gives him a chance to play in Saturday’s game against the Cowboys.

While Philadelphia ostensibly has nothing to play for and may rest its starters, Kelce has started 121 consecutive games — the longest active streak among centers. He hasn’t missed a game since 2014.

In his 11th season with the Eagles, Kelce was named to the Pro Bowl for the fifth time. It’s his third consecutive year making the All-Star team.

The Eagles will be on the road for their first playoff matchup as either the No. 6 or No. 7 seed in the Wild Card round.

4 responses to “Eagles activate Jason Kelce off COVID-19 list

  1. If kelce did not have a consecutive games streak to keep going, then he would most likely not have been cleared. It is always shady in Philadelphia.

  2. Glad to see him back. Kelce’s Super Bowl rant/celebration is still the best non-football football thing in the last decade.

  3. Kelce might be having his best year. Do you see him out there? He’s ridiculous. I can only imagine what he’ll do if they win it all. Maybe he’ll jump out of a plane while chugging a 5th, hair on fire.

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