Jason Kelce admits something that Patrick Mahomes would have had to deal with and that Jalen Hurts probably was unaware of

Jason Kelce admits something that Patrick Mahomes would have had to deal with and that Jalen Hurts probably was unaware of

ormer Philadelphia Eagles center and Super Bowl champion Jason Kelce has expressed his skepticism about the importance of NFL playbooks.

 

 

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Now retired, Kelce shared his thoughts on the subject during an episode of the “New Heights” podcast, which he co-hosts with his younger brother, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

Reflecting on his rookie year in 2011, Jason Kelce recounted how the NFL lockout delayed the distribution of playbooks until training camp.

Despite this, he suggested that the playbook was not as crucial as many believe.

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“I went in completely not knowing what was happening,” Jason said.

“It’s amazing how fast you can learn this stuff.

“Never looked at the playbook one time.

“When’s the last time you actually looked? I’ve not looked at a playbook in years.”

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In contrast, Travis Kelce highlighted the significance of playbooks, especially with the frequent introduction of new plays.

He pointed out that Chiefs head coach Andy Reid continually updates their playbook, and this year alone they have introduced “like 100 new plays.”

 

Travis emphasized that even with consistent coaching, staying updated with the latest strategies is essential for success.

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“It’s different in the pass game,” Jason added.

“In the run game we’ve got like four or five new concepts a year.”

Jason Kelce announced his retirement from the NFL at an emotional news conference back in March.

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The 36-year-old, who is likely a future  Pro Football Hall of Famer, is a seven-time Pro Bowler and six-time All-Pro selection.

Kelce spent his entire 13-season career with the Eagles, including their 2018 Super Bowl win.

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