2. Jason Kelce
The future of Hall of Fame offensive lineman hasn’t announced his retirement yet, despite Adam Schefter’s report last month. Kelce is among the key unrestricted free agents for the Eagles this offseason that they would love to bring back.
If Kelce wants to play one more season, the Eagles can pencil him in as their starting center. However, if the veteran hangs up the cleats, Philadelphia will have to make some changes on the offensive line.
Even though this season didn’t go to plan for the Eagles, Kelce still played at a high level. The 36-year-old was named to his seventh Pro Bowl and has consistently stayed healthy, which is hard to do at his age.
Kelce is one of the more important pieces on the Eagles’ offense, outside of starting quarterback Jalen Hurts, as he’s an extension of what they do in the passing and running games. It will be interesting to see what Kelce ultimately does because that will set the tone for the rest of the offseason.