Jason Kelce and Kylie have been spotted at Phillies game over the weekend, posing together for some heartwarming snaps together, as the retired Eagles star continues to settle into life after the NFL by throwing the first pitch against the Braves.

Jason was seen proudly taking his wife under his wing before the start of Saturday’s game in Philadelphia, as the local couple gelled with the sold-out crowd at Citizens Banks Park by wearing the team’s colors – red, white, and blue.

Then, the 36-year-old, one-time Super Bowl champion got onto the mound to test his throwing arm, despite claiming he was injured on social media, earlier this week.

 


Kylie, meanwhile, took some pictures with Phillie Phanatic, the ballclub’s mascot, and Kaycee Marchetti, who was also at the game with her husband and former longtime Eagles defensive tackle, Fletcher Cox.

Jason’s latest public appearance comes nearly a month since his emotional press conference on March 4, when he announced his retirement after 13 years in the NFL, with his younger brother, Travis, and his family watching on.

 

Kylie and Jason Kelce pose before his ceremonial first pitch at a Braves-Phillies game on Sat.+4 


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Kylie and Jason Kelce pose before his ceremonial first pitch at a Braves-Phillies game on Sat.

Jason, 36, in full swing at Citizens Bank Park in Philly after claiming he was too injured to pitch+4

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Jason, 36, in full swing at Citizens Bank Park in Philly after claiming he was too injured to pitch

Kylie posing with Phillie Phanatic and Kaycee Marchette, wife of former Eagles DE Fletcher Cox+4

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Kylie posing with Phillie Phanatic and Kaycee Marchette, wife of former Eagles DE Fletcher Cox

Jason and Fletcher retired in March after spending both of their entire NFL careers in Philly+4

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Jason and Fletcher retired in March after spending both of their entire NFL careers in Philly

 

He has yet to commit to anything football-related since hanging his cleats, although several reports claim that the former Eagles center is being ‘aggressively pursued’ by ESPN to join its Monday Night football cast.

According to The Athletic, the network is determined to add Jason to one of its most popular shows as part of a shake-up to its pregame coverage.

 

 

 

 

Fitzgerald’s contract expired in February and has not yet been renewed after executives told him they wanted to see how the rest of their lineup shapes up before making a final decision.

NBC, CBS and Amazon Prime are also keen to snap up the New Heights podcast co-host, who featured on the latter’s Thursday Night Football when the Chicago Bears hosted the Carolina Panthers back in November.