Nick Foles offers his heartfelt send-off to former Eagles teammate Jason Kelce

The bonds of brotherhood last forever.

Nick Foles #9, Jason Kelce #62, Philadelphia Eagles
Nick Foles #9, Jason Kelce #62, Philadelphia Eagles / Andy Lyons/GettyImages

It has been days since Jason Kelce announced to Philadelphia Eagles fans everywhere that he was retiring. As you might expect, that news wasn't lost on the Philly and national media. You see the G.O.A.T. is kind of a big deal, so much so that the Pro Football Hall of Fame has already begun its countdown to his induction. We're a few years from seeing that happen, but the post-retirement party continues.

Everything began on Monday. Jason began our week with a heartfelt farewell. His words were a trip down memory lane and a celebration of some of our favorite moments involving our Birds. He made sure one of his stops included that iconic Philly Special play call during Super Bowl LII.

As most of you know, Jason hosts his New Heights podcast with his younger brother, Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce. Their retirement special was certainly a must-watch.

Nick Foles joined the cavalcade of teammates and friends who showed up to congratulate Jason Kelce on New Heights.

Jason Kelce jumping through a table... Travis's thoughts about his brother... Jason Kelce Day... One hour and 45 minutes brought us the usual must-see television. The highlight came toward the show's end though.

Nick Foles highlighted a video that was cooked up to show the G.O.A.T. some love. If you Jason's words were powerful, and Nick wasn't to be outdone. Check it out.

There are seemingly 60 million podcasts, and more than 59 million can be ignored. Nick Foles having a beer... Yeah... When you can grab and release that type of content, there is no such thing as 'competition'.

Brotherhood knows no bounds, and regardless of where life takes Jason Kelce and Nick Foles they'll be bonded forever. Nick's jersey is already in Canton, Ohio at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Jason's bust will join him sometime around 2029.

They shared the field together. They're both a part of Eagles lore forever.

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