Swifties have gone wild as a number of them have claimed that Jason Kelce made a reference to one of Taylor Swift‘s 2012 hits in his emotional retirement speech, earlier on Monday.

While talking about his relationship with his brother, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, in a press conference held by the Eagles, Jason was fighting back tears, but Swift fans noticed that he made a subtle mention of the popstar.

‘I found my career being fulfilled in the City of Brotherly Love,’ Jason, 36, said at first. ‘I knew that relationship all too well…’

Swifties on X couldn’t help but to point out an apparent reference to Swift’s song, ‘All Too Well,’ later on;

‘Jason Kelce just quoted ”All too well” in his retirement speech. Love it so much,’ a person tweeted.

Jason Kelce, 36, melted the hearts of many with his hourlong retirement speech on Monday

Swifties claim the former Eagles center made subtle mentions to Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ and ‘Wildest Dreams’ in his speech

‘Not Jason Kelce making a Taylor Swift reference in his retirement speech,’ shared another user, adding: ‘Jason Kelce is the biggest Swiftie.’

A different individual said she was ‘not ok’ after ‘Jaisn [sic] made a too well reference.’

The references didn’t stop there, with Kelce later saying in his speech: ‘If you go above and beyond for this city, you will be rewarded above your wildest dreams.’

‘Wildest Dreams,’ is one of Swift’s early-day hits and is included in her 2014 album, ‘1989,’ which was updated and released once more in October as ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version).’

‘Not Jason Kelce adding ”all too well” and ”wildest dreams” to his retirement speech he loves us,’ a user on X tweeted on Monday.

Another pointed out that ‘Jason Kelce retiring from the NFL after 13 seasons and dropping ”All Too Well” and ”Wildest Dreams” in his retirement speech is so swiftie coded.’

‘So far, Jason Kelce has said “All Too Well” and “Wildest Dreams” in his retirement speech. I’m never, ever going to shut up about that,’ said someone else.

The six-time All-Pro and seven-time Pro Bowl selection started 205 games for the Eagles, including the postseason.

Drafted in the sixth round (191st overall) in 2011, Kelce became a Super Bowl LII champion and one of the most durable, decorated and respected centers in NFL history — and one of the league’s most passionate players.