It’s official. After debuting their New Heights podcast not too long ago, Philadelphia Eagles all-world center Jason Kelce and his brother, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, are officially a phenomenon. Their audience grows with each episode. Currently, their following sits at 304,000 subscribers on YouTube alone, and following their recent discussion with Patrick Mahomes, their brand has grown even larger. They’re definitely at the top of the Inside The Iggles playlist, and guess what? THEY GOT MERCH!
During their most recent episode, the 16th, they announced the launch of a clothing line before diving into a discussion that covered everything from the whoopin’ (as A.J. Brown called it) that Philly put on the Tennessee Titans to Travis’ thoughts about the Chiefs’ loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
From there, they spanned the globe, shooting on everything from Jason Kelce’s 50 First Dates tribute, Baker Mayfield’s addition to the Los Angeles Rams roster, and Peyton and Eli Manning’s coaching gigs at the next Pro Bowl among other things.
The most recent episode can be found below. Make sure you give it a look. When you’re done, head over to the brand new Inside The Iggles YouTube page, and give that one a sub as well. Make sure you hit the bell to receive notifications.
More Eagles news: Odell Beckham Jr. in Eagles green?
After spending much of his early playing days as a member of the New York Giants, much of the attention paid by Eagles fans to Odell Beckham Jr. has come by way of cheering against him. Hey, that’s what happens when you’re wearing the wrong-colored jersey.
Rumors of OBJ joining the Cowboys won’t endear him to Birds fans, but this might. Thanks to NBC Sports’ Mike Florio, stories about the Eagles being a dark horse in the campaign for his services have people talking. We talked about the pros and cons surrounding his possible addition recently. Check those out. Let us know what side you’re on.
NFL News: Does Baker Mayfield make the Rams a contender? We say no!
Well, Baker Mayfield’s brief stint with the Carolina Panthers didn’t lead to much. That’s putting things mildly, but following his request to be released by the Panthers and Carolina’s decision to grant that request on December 5th, one team put in a request for his services, the suddenly desperate defending Super Bowl champions, the Los Angeles Rams.
L.A. owns a 3-9 record on the season and is in last place in the NFC West. Their playoff hopes are seemingly over. MIght Baker give them some juice? We answer that one with an emphatic ‘NO’. The Rams are done and probably won’t have anything to do with preventing an Eagles Super Bowl chase.