Jason Kelce’s retirement is officially announced by the Philadelphia Eagles, and general manager Howie Roseman provides the most recent information on the star

PHILADELPHIA Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has opened up on Jason Kelce’s future with the franchise.

The veteran center, 36, hinted at retirement after the Eagles wildcard playoff loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last month.

Kelce has spent the entire of his 13-year NFL career with the organization.

A seven-time Pro Bowler, he has yet to confirm whether he will return for another shot at the Super Bowl next season.

Roseman confirmed Tuesday that Kelce is yet to decide on his future, along with teammate Fletcher Cox.

But the Philly GM admits it would be hard to swallow if he saw the pair “wearing different color” jerseys on another team.

“Obviously, those guys are unbelievable players, unbelievable people, and they deserve the right to decide what’s best for them,” said Roseman.

“We’ll wait and give them whatever time and space they need to make the right decisions.

“I think the important thing from our perspective is you never want to see them wearing different colors.

“I think for us, no matter when that is, if they want the opportunity to come back, we’d want to have the opportunity to bring them back.”

Kelce was drafted out of Cincinnati by the Eagles in the sixth round in 2011.

Standing 6-foot-3 and tipping the scales at 295 pounds, he has become one of the league’s most dominant centers.

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Following the Bucs defeat in January, reports suggested Kelce had addressed his teammates and was set to to retire.

The 36-year-old has since refuted that claim and is keeping his options open.

He partied hard as his brother Travis won Super Bowl LVIII with the Kansas City Chiefs in Las Vegas.

Jason revealed on the pair’s podcast New Heights he was waiting the decision out to avoid being ruled by “emotion.”

“I didn’t announce what I was doing on purpose despite, I guess, what’s even leaked to the media,” explained Kelce.

“But I think people can kind of feel body language and stuff.

“I just don’t think you’re in the position after a game like that to really make that decision. I just don’t.

“There’s too much emotion in the moment, there’s too much going down in the moment to really fully grasp that decision.