Travis and Jason Kelce get standing ovation before Cavaliers-Celtics game as Cleveland Heights natives are toasted in their return home after the elder brother’s retirement from Eagles

Travis and Jason Kelce get standing ovation before Cavaliers

Earlier in the night, the NBA revealed their Kelce brother bobbleheads, which feature the siblings in black Cavs jerseys and their respective NFL jersey numbers – 87 for Travis and 62 for Jason.



On Monday, Jason beautifully summed up his career in a 45-minute retirement speech.’I think I was the only one that had heard his speech before we went into it,’ Kylie added. ‘I think it was a perfect summary of 13 years. I always say he’s not from (Philadelphia) but he gets it, so that was the perfect example.’

Jason said it was no coincidence the best years of his career happened after he met Kylie after an Eagles Christmas party.

‘It of course it made me emotional, it cracks me up that he tries to talk about what he remembers from that night because he was, as I’ve said before, intoxicated,’ Kylie said of he night her and Jason met. ‘It was very very sweet, very kind. It was far too much credit.’

Kelce also became emotional as he discussed his bond with his brother Travis on Monday.