Basketball Legend Warns Jason Kelce About ‘Cheating on His Wife’ After Retirement

Jason Kelce is considering retiring again. This time around, the Philadelphia Eagles center appears to be nearing the end of his playing career. According to reports, he told his teammates that his career was ended after they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC wild-card playoffs.







An emotional Kelce responded to the accusations on his podcast, which he co-hosts with his brother, Travis, but it’s no secret that the end of his career is on his mind. Kelce sought retirement counsel from former teammates and other Eagles icons in the documentary about his life, which aired on Amazon Prime Video last year. He recently spoke with Shaquille O’Neal on his podcast.





Shaq retired in 2011 and ruined his home life, admittedly being a “serial cheater.” He and his wife, whom he shares five children with, divorced the same year he retired. He told Kelce to not follow his lead. “My advice to you is if you are going to retire, accept it, enjoy your family, brother,” O’Neal told an attentive Kelce. “I made a lot of dumbass mistakes to where I lost my family, and I didn’t have anybody.

“That’s not the case for you. So, enjoy your beautiful wife, enjoy your beautiful kids and never dwell on what we had. What we had is what we got – you got the ring, people know who you are, enjoy. Because, again, I was an idiot, and I’ve talked about it a long time. I love my whole family. I’m in a 100,000-square-foot house by myself.”

O’Neal also said he told Kelce, “Don’t be an idiot like me.” Should that January game be his last, Kelce, 36, will retire a six-time first-team All-Pro and a seven-time Pro Bowler. He helped anchor the 2017 Super Bowl team that upset the Tom Brady-led New England Patriots for the franchise’s first championship.

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