Jason Kelce Spotted In Sea Isle City While Out Walking with His massive Irish Wolfhound

Jason Kelce Spotted In Sea Isle City While Out Walking with His massive Irish Wolfhound


Jason Kelce Spotted In Sea Isle City While Out Walking with His massive Irish Wolfhound🐺


“We had a great time,” the retired NFL player said of having quality family time with his wife Kylie and their three daughters in  Sea Isle City

Jason Kelce enjoyed some quality time with his family over Memorial Day weekend.

During May 29’s episode of the New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce podcast, the former  Philadelphia Eagles player, 36, revealed what they got up to for the U.S. holiday.

“We went to  Sea Isle [New Jersey]. We definitely went to  Sea Isle. Went to the beach, had a lot of fun with the girls, ate a bunch of beach food,” Jason said.


The retired NFL star shares daughters Wyatt Elizabeth, 4, Elliotte Ray, 3, and 15-month-old Bennett Llewellyn with his wife Kylie Kelce.

“We had a great time,” Jason added, as his brother Travis Kelce, 34, responded, “There we go. Alright. Nice, man. Glad you guys got over to the shore, man. I miss the shore.”

“Shore is fun. It was good to be out there. It’s the first really big weekend of the year. So all the businesses are back up and running. So, yep, it’s like you never left,” Jason added.

Travis pointed out he’d heard the family had visited Uncle Bill’s Pancake House over the weekend, telling his brother, “Listen, I got eyes everywhere, baby.”

Jason insisted, “Time out. Who told you we were going over to Uncle Bill’s?” adding, “Got them chocolate chip pancakes.”

“Best pancakes in the land,” Travis, who headed to the NBA playoffs in Dallas with Patrick and Brittany Mahomes over Memorial Day weekend, noted on the podcast.

Jason is all about spending time with his family, and his wife Kylie, 32, recently said that while his girls might be too young to remember his long career with the  Philadelphia Eagles, she hopes they’ll understand how important he was to the city.

“I think that ultimately, it’s not about them remembering that he played football, it’s all the lessons that he got from football that he then gets to take with him,” Kylie said on the Today show last month.

“But I hope that ultimately they end up understanding that their dad had an impact on  Philadelphia in a way that was wholesome and that he understood the city, enough that he wanted to stay there and raise a family there,” she continued.

“He gave his blood, sweat and tears to the city and it was out of sheer love and commitment. And I hope that my girls see that,” Kylie added.

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