Jason Kelce takes on snap shots challenge at NFL Pro Bowl games as Eagles veteran – who is still weighing up his NFL future – refuses to be denied going for the five-point target

  • Kelce has yet to determine whether he will retire or play again next season
  • His brother Travis and the Chiefs are set for a Super Bowl rematch against the 49ers
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Philadelphia Eagles veteran Jason Kelce refused to be denied while participating in the ‘snap shots’ challenge during the NFL Pro Bowl Games on Thursday.

The 36-year-old center, who is still considering his future in the NFL, tried to hit a ball long through various targets of different sizes for 1-5 points depending on the target they hit.

Kelce spent his entire inning trying to reach the five-point target, but hilariously struggled to do so before finally finding some luck with the only success of his entire run.

“If you’re not first, you’re last, right? So you gotta go big or go home,’ Kelce said after the event.

“I don’t know man, the five were just talking to me. Unfortunately, I didn’t answer too much when it called.

Jason Kelce (left) participated in the 'snap shots' challenge at the NFL Pro Bowl games

Jason Kelce (left) participated in the ‘snap shots’ challenge at the NFL Pro Bowl games

Kelce tried to hit the five-point target, but was only successful once during his entire turn

Kelce tried to hit the five-point target, but was only successful once during his entire turn

The NFC took a 12-6 lead over the AFC after Thursday’s opening day at the Pro Bowl Games after some spirited dodgeball encounters and tests of accuracy.

The two teams will resume their battle on Sunday, with three flag football matches and additional skills competitions in the pipeline.

While his determination to reach the five-point goal was never in question during the meeting, one thing that has come under question is Kelce’s future in the NFL.

After the Eagles’ elimination from the playoffs, reports indicated that the NFL legend told his teammates he planned to hang up his cleats, but he and his brother, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, denied those claims. disprove.

While he is taking time to decide if he will play again, Jason certainly enjoyed himself during his time off.

In addition to attending the pregame tailgate, Kelce was seen ripping off his shirt and celebrating in the stands after Travis scored a touchdown for the Chiefs against the Buffalo Bills last month.

Jason’s brother Travis and the Chiefs are currently gearing up for a Super Bowl rematch next Sunday with the San Francisco 49ers.

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