Jason Kelce was fully immersed in the Bills Mafia experience Sunday.
The longtime Eagles center, 36, lost his shirt as he celebrated younger brother Travis Kelce scoring a touchdown in the first half of the Chiefs’ divisional round playoff matchup against the Bills at Highmark Stadium.
He was seen drinking beers with fans while taking in the game from a suite with his family, including wife Kylie Kelce, and Travis’ girlfriend, pop superstar Taylor Swift.
Earlier in the day, Jason — who has been at the center of retirement buzz following Philadelphia’s playoff ouster Monday — joined a Bills tailgate, where he took a swig out of a bowling ball as fans cheered him on.
The seven-time Pro Bowler also took photos with fans, according to posts shared on social media.
The Bills led the Chiefs at the half, 17-13.
The Chiefs are looking to defend their Super Bowl title after defeating Jason and the Eagles in the championship contest last February.
Although the Eagles topped the Chiefs in a regular-season rematch in November, 21-17, Philadelphia collapsed down the stretch, losing six of its final seven games.
The Buccaneers demolished the Eagles in the wild-card round on Monday, 32-9, in what many suspected could be Jason’s final NFL game.
He addressed the retirement speculation Wednesday on his “New Heights” podcast.
“I didn’t announce what I was doing on purpose, despite, I guess, what’s been leaked to the media,” Jason said, referring to reports that he told Eagles teammates he intends to retire.
“I just don’t think you’re in a position after a game like that to really make that decision, I just don’t, there’s too much emotion in the moment, there’s too much going down in the moment to really fully grasp that decision.”
Jason, who has spent his entire 13 seasons in Philadelphia, then elaborated on what a formal announcement could look like.
“When it’s time to officially announce what’s happening in the future, it’ll be done in a way that’s definitive and pays respect to a lot of people and individuals that have meant a lot to me and what has led to the career I’ve had, and I don’t think it would be respectful or even accurate to be able to do that right after a game like that,” he said.
Days later, Travis told reporters he believes Jason “still got some football left if he wants it.”