Amazon Prime's trailer for Jason Kelce documentary sets the stage for a fun ride

The trailer for Amazon's Jason Kelce documentary has been released, but the Eagles legend's star shouldn't stop shining after he conquers small-screen viewing.
Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles
Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles / Mitchell Leff/GettyImages

Okay, so I'm going to be honest about something here. I love movie trailers. I spend hours during the week scrolling through YouTube in an attempt to find teasers for films that won't be released until next summer. I subscribe to channels that break down the trailer I just finished viewing in an attempt to find 'easter eggs'. I show up to movies early because, for me, the first 15 minutes of trailers are essential to the movie-going experience. If only they all could make the hair stand up on the back of my neck like Amazon Prime's documentary on Jason Kelce.

One of the most popular athletes in the 91-plus-year history of the Philadelphia Eagles is coming to the small screen. Amazon Prime released a short player ahead of Philly's final preseason game.

Don't take our word for it. Take a look for yourselves.

Yeah... If that doesn't get the blood flowing or the adrenaline pumping, you may want to check your pulse. That one can't get here fast enough.

Might Jason Kelce be on a collision course with a media or political gig following his playing career?

It may not seem like this is the case. Heck, sometimes it feels like Jason Kelce can and will play forever, but it's become more obvious that the NFL's best center is beginning to think about mortality.

Sure, he'll have a bust carved and set in the walls of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, so, in that sense, he will be immortalized. Still, some might argue that a career in media is waiting when he finally determines that he wants to hang us his cleats and do so for good.

Jason's New Heights podcast, one he hosts with his brother, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, is one of the better watches of every week, both in-season and out. The future Hall of Famer is a natural behind any microphone. See his speech at the Super Bowl LII victory parade if you need any evidence. Just make sure you watch the clean version.

Here's what I'm thinking. Why not run for political office? Heck, Birds fans loved Jon Runyan so much that they once elected him to the U.S. House of Representatives. I could see the same thing happening for Jason Kelce.

The former sixth-round draftee turned out alright. He'll never have to pay for a meal in Philly again if he doesn't want to, and let's be honest. He can probably run for mayor if he wants to do that too. I haven't thought of a slogan. I don't think I have to, but I feel there will be free beers for everyone.