Eagles announce one-year deal with Jason Kelce

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Center Jason Kelce provided one of Monday’s early headlines when he announced that he will continue to play in 2023 and the Eagles capped the day with another announcement.

The team announced that Kelce officially agreed to a one-year deal to remain with the only team he’s played for as a professional. The team did not disclose any financial terms of that deal.

Kelce’s return allows him to try for a third straight first-team All-Pro selection in his 13th season in the middle of the line for the Eagles. It will also likely mean that 2022 second-round pick Cam Jurgens will be vying for a role at guard in his second NFL season.

The rest of Monday featured plenty of news about players leaving the Eagles for other clubs as a free agent, but Kelce’s return was reason for some smiles in Philadelphia.

1 responses to “Eagles announce one-year deal with Jason Kelce

  1. Local Philly media are saying the deal’s for $14-15M. I love Kelce as much as any other Eagles fan, but part of me was hoping he’d sign a more team-friendly deal like Brandon Graham given the Eagles need to fill A LOT of holes created by players leaving in free agency. Kelce’s is worth every penny, though.

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