Jason Kelce has landed a new job

ESPN made big news on Monday when they secured a major piece for their Monday Night Football broadcast.  

The Athletic's Andrew Marchand reports that future Hall-of-Famer and great Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce will join host Scott Van Pelt and the “Monday Night Countdown” crew this season.  

Marchand said ESPN signed Kelce after other networks wanted him.ESPN made a big move.  

The Kelce brothers' New Heights podcast has shown fans that Jason Kelce is a brilliant character who will add great experience to the show.  

He is one of the best Eagles players and NFL centers ever.  

Seven-time Pro Bowler and six-time All-Pro started all 193 games he played after being taken in the sixth round in 2011.  

He was inspired to become a top offensive line anchor by his late-round draft pick and lower-conference experience at Cincinnati.  

Keeping Larry Fitzgerald with Kelce and potentially another terrific analyst like former quarterback Dan Orlovsky would be ideal for ESPN.  


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