PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - AUGUST 24: Jason Kelce #62 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks on from the sidelines during an NFL preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lincoln Financial Field on August 24, 2023 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images)
Fans could barely believe their eyes when photos of Jason Kelce at the Chiefs-Ravens playoff game began circulating on Sunday, Jan. 28.
The Eagles center—known for his penchant for flip-flops no matter the weather and love of all clothes comfy-cozy—showed up at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore sporting another "Big Yeti" t-shirt—similar to the one he wore in support of Travis Kelce at the previous playoff game between the Chiefs and the Bills—but instead of his favored sweatpants, Jason was spotted in a pair of lightwash denim jeans.
Any regular listener of the brothers' podcast New Heights will know what a big deal it is that Jason brought jeans to Maryland for Jason, as the NFL star famously neglected to bring a pair to change into in between football and the premiere of his Amazon Video docuseries Kelce, instead walking the
red green carpet in a pair of athletic shorts.
jason has arrived at the game to support travis 👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/yNt7lznI4N
— Tayvis Nation 🏈🏻 (@tayvisnation) January 28, 2024
When Travis asked him why he "really got dressed up" for the occasion, Jason first blamed his wife, Kylie Kelce, for running late to the event.
"Kylie was gonna bring the jeans; Kylie was late," he explained, prompting Travis to question, "Why didn't Jason bring jeans for Jason?"
"All right, I'm realizing now I probably can't blame Kylie for this," he eventually conceded.
As a result, fans were thrilled to see that "jason brought jeans for jason!!!"
"Jason brought a shirt for Jason!" another joked, referencing his viral topless moments from the weekend prior in which he shed several layers in the bitter temperatures, enthusiastically celebrated a touchdown by his brother, and jumped in and out of the window of his suite to interact with the crowd below.
This far into the game, the cameras have yet to pan to him, despite his brother's near-immediate touchdown in the first quarter, but we know he's out there in the crowd somewhere, though whether he's fully clothed or not remains to be seen.