Jason Kelce 36 Philadelphia Eagles center is retiring from football.

NFL and ESPN sources confirm his final game on Monday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Kelce announced retirement post-Eagles' 32-9 loss emotionally watched last game on Monday night.

Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni praises Kelce invites him to return.

Kelce's 13-year career includes 2017 Super Bowl win, five All-Pro and seven Pro Bowl appearances.

In 2023 he played against brother Travis Kelce in a Super Bowl against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Quarterback Jalen Hurts calls Kelce a legend in the city and the league.

Fellow lineman Lane Johnson hails Kelce as one of the best to ever play the game.

Kelce overcame serious injuries, including a torn MCL and partial ACL tear in 2012.

Played through the 2018 season with a Grade 2 MCL sprain, foot, elbow, and shoulder injuries.

In a 2022 Amazon Prime documentary, Kelce expressed concerns about football's toll on his body.

Contemplated retirement in 2022 due to family concerns and body strain.

Despite deliberation, Kelce signed a one year contract in March 2023 returning for another year.

Wife Kylie Kelce shares his longtime thoughts about retirement, hoping he retires comfortably with their children.