One Proud Family! Donna and Travis Kelce Wear Sweet Custom Eagles Gear Dedicated to Jason After His NFL Retirement

One Proud Family! Donna and Travis Kelce Wear Sweet Custom Eagles Gear Dedicated to Jason After His NFL Retirement


The two supported Jason earlier this week at the Philadelphia Eagles Training Center where he announced his departure from the league after 13 seasons



The Kelces are one proud family!

Donna and Travis Kelce rocked some meaningful Philadelphia Eagles gear recently in support of Jason, who announced his NFL retirement on Monday.

New photos taken during a recent recording of the Kelce brothers’ New Heights podcast, show Travis, 34, wearing a limited-edition T-shirt honoring Jason, 36. The piece was designed by Underdog Apparel, Jason’s clothing line, and Homage, an apparel brand based in the Kelces’ hometown of Ohio.

Fans can grab their own tee for $40 on with a portion of the proceeds benefiting (Be)Philly, a non-profit foundation founded by Jason that fights for a brighter future for the next generation of Philadelphians.

The Chiefs tight end accessorized his laid-back outfit with a NBA cap, but seemingly left his “Kelce” friendship bracelet at home.

Donna, 71, paid tribute to her eldest with a black denim jacket emblazoned with “62”, Jason’s jersey number, above one of the pockets.

The outerwear joins Donna’s growing collection of merch dedicated to her sons.

At the 2024 Super Bowl on Feb. 11, Donna decked herself out in a custom black-and-white varsity jacket stitched with letter patches that spelled out “Super Bowl LVIII,” “Mama Kelce” and “87” in honor of Travis and the Kansas City Chiefs, who won against the San Francisco 49ers.

When her two sons played against each other at the 2023 game, she had to get creative with her outfit with a split Chiefs-Eagles game-day ‘fit.

Earlier this week, the whole Kelce crew, including dad Ed Kelce and Jason’s wife, Kylie Kelce, supported Jason at the Philadelphia Eagles Training Center as he broke the news of his departure from the league.

It was an emotional occasion for the family, as well as fans, who watched a teary-eyed Jason deliver a passionate speech in which he reminisced about his love of the game, which began when he was a boy in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and shared memories from his childhood, college and NFL career.

He also spoke about his relationship with Travis, who wiped away tears as he watched his brother from the front row. “We have a small family. No cousins, one aunt, one uncle. It was really my brother and I our whole lives,” Jason explained. “We did almost everything together — competed, fought, laughed, cried and learned from each other.”