Jason Kelce admits he’s still ‘really, really upset’ to no longer be an Eagles player as he opens up on ‘awful’ end to final season

Jason Kelce admitted he’s still “really, really angry” that he’s no longer an Eagles player, less than three months after the center retired from the NFL.

The now ESPN broadcaster also talked about the team’s “terrible” end to the season, which saw them lose six of their last seven games, fall short of the NFL’s best record through Week 12 and fail to win a playoff game.

Kelce was an integral part of the Eagles, as a mainstay in their attacking line, but also as a catalyst for the team’s ‘Brotherly Shove’ play that resembled a rugby srum.

Still, the last images of Kelce’s playing career will be of him leaving the field looking distraught after a blowout loss to Tampa Bay.

Instead of playing, Kelce focuses on his family life, broadcasting and his “New Heights” podcast with younger brother and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

Kelce talked about how angry he is that he is no longer a Philadelphia Eagle in a recent interview

Kelce's NFL career ended in January with a playoff loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Kelce’s NFL career ended in January with a playoff loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

“It was a team effort in terrible, terrible football,” Kelce said. “So it sucks to end it like that.”

“I’m really upset that I won’t be with them,” Kelce continued. “I think very, very strongly that it’s going to be a phenomenal season for the Philadelphia Eagles. So I’m looking forward to watching that.”

Kelce spent his entire 13-year career with the Eagles and is a local legend.

The former center also described the “perfect storm” for how Philadelphia lost six of its last seven games, saying it wasn’t the same reason to lose every week.

Since playing his last NFL game, Kelce jumped shirtless from a luxury box in Buffalo on the day he met his brother’s girlfriend, 14-time Grammy Award winner Taylor Swift.

The Kelce’s also hosted a live version of their podcast in Cincinnati in April.

Kelce will begin his time as an NFL analyst for ESPN this fall as part of “Monday Night Football.”

Earlier this month it was announced that Kelce signed a multi-year contract with the network.