ESPN Approached Jason Kelce About Broadcasting Monday Night Football


Jason Kelce, appearing in a Tide commercial.
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Jason Kelce is no stranger to television and now it's reported that ESPN is looking at a Jason Kelce, Monday Night Football broadcasting matchup.

With Jason Kelce officially retired from playing NFL football, ESPN could be offering him a chance to broadcast Monday Night Football, writes Natasha Dye for People, as reported at yahoo!sports.

Monday Night Football is now hosted by Scott Van Pelt and a panel that includes Robert Griffin III, Adam Schefter, Ryan Clark, Marcus Spears and Michelle Beisner-Buck.

But The Athletic is reporting that Griffin, a former NFL quarterback, may not return to the show.

According to The Athletic, ESPN, NBC, CBS and Amazon Prime are all interested in Kelce.

Kelce is considered among the greatest centers in NFL history. He’s a seven-time Pro Bowl select, six-time first-team All-Pro and a Super Bowl Champion.

He announced his retirement March 4.

Kelce has been keeping his options open as to what he does next, but in a January interview with The Philadelphia Inquirer, he said he hoped to stay involved with the Eagles organization.

“I don’t know what’s going to happen for me, but I do know I still want to be involved in the organization and still want to be a part of it — regardless of what the decision is,” he told the newspaper.

Read more about Kelce’s retirement and possible future plans at yahoo!sports.

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