Eagles legend Jason Kelce shotguns beer with fans at Fort Washington charity event

Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles’ future Hall of Famer, hosted a charity golf event at Manufacturers Golf & Country Club in Fort Washington on Monday, June 17.

The afternoon saw the recently retired Kelce shotgun a beer with fans, some of whom were dressed in anything from a Santa Claus costume to green and white face paint with a mohawk. The video is below:

He reportedly wanted the event’s participants to get a taste of his experience as a professional athlete in Philadelphia. Kelce and fans then broke out an “E-A-G-L-E-S” chant.

According to the New York Post, Kelce may have recruited the fans via a May 31 episode of the “New Heights” podcast he co-hosts with his younger brother and Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

“We’re looking to have a lot of fun with it and do it a little bit different,” Kelce said at the time. “One of the things I’m pretty passionate about is I want each and every member that is golfing in that golf tournament to feel what it’s like to play sports in Philadelphia.”

Kelce cleaned up all the cans before continuing on the course.

The event raised money for Jason’s (Be)Philly Foundation, a nonprofit that provides financial support to organizations that improve the academic and economic outcomes of Philadelphia public school students.

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