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Jason Kelce's visited Eagles 'almost every day' since retiring

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Jason Kelce just can't stay away from the Philadelphia Eagles.

Even though the longtime center retired from football in March, Eagles kicker Jake Elliott revealed Friday on NFL Network's "Total Access Live" that Kelce still regularly visits the team's facility.

"You see little little hints of them throughout the locker room now," Elliott said of Kelce and former Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox, who also retired after last season. "They've made a huge impact that's gonna last a long time and those guys aren't gonna be far. I know Kelce's been in the building almost every day already, so they're always gonna be a big part of our organization."

Kelce, a sixth-round selection in the 2011 NFL Draft, spent his entire 13-year career in Philadelphia. He earned seven Pro Bowl selections and six first-team All-Pro nods and helped the Eagles win their first Super Bowl championship in February 2018.

The 36-year-old is set to take on a new gig in broadcasting, joining ESPN's "Monday Night Countdown" crew for the upcoming NFL season.

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