How to watch Jason Kelce Press Conference today

Here's how to get a glimpse of the big man's big announcement

Philadelphia Eagles, Jason Kelce
Philadelphia Eagles, Jason Kelce / Mike Ehrmann/GettyImages

Since the conclusion of the Philadelphia Eagles' 2023 season, one of the biggest questions amongst the fan base has been around the future of center Jason Kelce.

He may have exited the postseason early, but Kelce went on to watch his brother Travis win another Super Bowl and clearly enjoyed himself with family and friends in the process.

Now, it appears as though it's time for the future Hall of Fame offensive lineman to give us all what we've been waiting for: a decision.

Update: As expected, Kelce announced his retirement from the NFL in an emotional press conference.

The Jason Kelce Press Conference will be available to stream via multiple avenues.

For fans wanting to tune into Kelce's presser at 1PM ET, they can do so via the team website. The entire press conference will also be available on the Eagles' social media afterwards.

Will Kelce be retiring? Will he run it back for another year with the Eagles? All of this will be answered in his press conference Monday afternoon.

If this really is the end, Kelce goes out after having a tremendous career. Seven Pro Bowls and six All Pro selections make him one of the greatest there has ever been at his position. It is pretty remarkable, looking back, that Kelce came into the league as a sixth-round pick back in 2011.

The week after we all watched the NFL Combine, Kelce is living proof that it doesn't matter where you're drafted. He went on to have one of the more decorated careers of any offensive lineman, not just in Eagles history, but NFL history.

If Kelce hangs up the cleats, he will have plenty of options. Obviously, broadcasting could be right up his alley. Any network would be chomping at the bit to hire a personality like Kelce, if given the opportunity.

Meanwhile, the Eagles have probably long been thinking about what to do in the case of a Kelce retirement. There are some strong options available in free agency, and of course, the Eagles could be picking at the perfect spot in the first round if they wanted this year's top center prospect, Jackson Powers-Johnson, at pick no. 22 overall.

For now, we'll all take a moment to celebrate the Eagles legend as we watch what will likely be the end of an era in Philly.