Jason Kelce holding helmet in the airPHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – DECEMBER 21: Jason Kelce #62 of the Philadelphia Eagles walks off the field after defeating the Washington Football Team at Lincoln Financial Field on December 21, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)

Jason Kelce has admitted that he regrets his retirement decision because og one of the moves the Philadelphia Eagles have made this offseason.

The Eagles have acquired one of the best running backs in the NFL, signing Saquon Barkley to a three-year deal in free agency and possibly prompting Kelce to consider a comeback.

Speaking to his brother, Travis, on their ‘New Heights’ podcast, the former center expressed pretend anger at Howie Roseman for waiting until he retired to pull off such a move.

He also lamented over the fact that he won’t be part of the new-look Eagles side.

“A little bit upset Howie [Roseman] waited ‘til I retired to make a move like this, but you know, it’s fine,” he said. “This is what I’m regretting. I knew when I retired that I was going to miss an outstanding season for the Philadelphia Eagles. And it sucks, it really does. I want to be a part of this so bad, I wish I could.”

Kelce also sees the bright side as he pointed out that he will be able to enjoy Eagles football as a fan, although we suspect he’s probably going to be a Kansas City Chiefs fan too…

Jason Kelce Thinks Saquon Barkley Will Have Even More Success In Philadelphia

Jason reckons the former New York Giants star is heading into a great situation as Philly boasts one of the league’s best and most consistent offensive lines, albeit without him.

“I’m happy for Saquon,” he offered. “You’re coming to a team that has had a legitimate offensive line established for a very long time, coming to a coach who’s been there for a long time, and they’ve had proven success with nearly every running back.”