The retired NFL pro said he’s down to try something ‘different.’

Jason Kelce has some big ideas for his next Christmas album.

The retired Eagles player, who has already put out two hit holiday albums with his teammates, recently talked with players Jordan Mailata and Lane Johnson about possible features for their next musical Christmas project—and the conversation took an unexpected turn.


 

Jason, 36, was the one to pose the question during the latest episode of his and brother Travis Kelce‘s New Heights podcast. He asked the athletes, “Who would each of your dream performers be on the Eagles Christmas album?” while letting them know they could pick “anybody.”

But Lane, 33, took that to mean literally anybody, so he named Marvin Gaye, even though the legendary crooner passed away in 1984.

“That’s going to be tough,” Jason joked in response, as he was likely looking for the names of musicians who are still alive.


While Jordan, 26, couldn’t stop laughing over Lane’s misunderstanding, Jason decided to go along with it.

Following suit, Jason said, “If we’re going dead, I mean I got to go Frank Sinatra.”

But as far as collaborators who are still living, all three of them seemed to agree that Post Malone would be a dream come true for their next project.

After Lane suggested the “Circles” artist, Jason chimed in to say, “That would be f—king great.”

“I like doing stuff that’s way different,” Jason added.

But in any case, it will surely be hard for the Eagles to top their 2023 Christmas album, as Jason previously got to sing a heartwarming duet with brother Travis, even though the 34-year-tight end plays for the Chiefs, not the Eagles.

The two brothers sang their own rendition of The Pogues’ “Fairytale of New York,” which they fittingly changed to “Fairytale of Philadelphia,” and they definitely set the bar high for next year!