Eagles' Jason Kelce shows support for Chiefs with his awesome Super Bowl outfit

Kelce is hoping to see his brother win another ring.

AFC Championship - Kansas City Chiefs v Baltimore Ravens
AFC Championship - Kansas City Chiefs v Baltimore Ravens / Perry Knotts/GettyImages

Last year, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce was playing against his brother, Travis Kelce, and the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. This year, he's watching his brother and the Chiefs play against the San Francisco 49ers as a fan.

Since he isn't playing, Kelce made sure to show where his allegiances lie with his awesome Super Bowl outfit, complete with Chiefs overalls.

Since his brother is on the team, it's no surprise to see Kelce sporting Chiefs gear -- even though it doesn't look as natural on him as Philadelphia's midnight green. Kelce has already witnessed his brother win two Super Bowl titles, and he's hoping to see Travis add a third to his collection.

Meanwhile, Jason still has to decide what he wants to do regarding his own football future. He has kicked around the idea of retirement since Philadelphia's season ended last month, but he has yet to make a final decision.

For what it's worth, Travis seems to think that Jason won't walk away quite yet.

"I think so," Travis said earlier this week when asked if he thought Jason would be suiting up for Philadelphia to start next season. "I don't know. I'm not a betting man, but I think he's got some football left in him."

It seems like if anyone would know which way Jason is leaning, it would be his brother. But, we won't know for sure what he plans to do until he announces it himself. In the meantime, the entire city of Philadelphia is anxiously awaiting his announcement.

Perhaps watching his brother play in yet another Super Bowl will inspire Jason to play a little longer in order to try to get back there one more time as a member of the Eagles. That's what fans in Philly are hoping for at least. There's not too much for them to root for in this year's Super Bowl otherwise.