Kelce agreed to a restructured contract for 2021 on Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The new deal includes a $9 million signing bonus and allows Kelce to potentially earn up to $12 million for the season. With his financial situation ironed out, the 33-year-old will now be free to focus his usual starting center role in the coming campaign.
Kelce (back/elbow) has returned to Sunday's matchup against the Browns, Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com reports.
Luke Juriga was inserted into action at center briefly in Kelce's absence, but the three-time All-Pro has proven capable of shaking off the injury and is now back in the game. Philadelphia racked up north of 185 offensive yards in the first half but was unable to score on the Browns through quarters one and two.
Kelce exited Sunday's game against the Browns with an elbow injury.
Kelce is considered questionable to return after suffering the injury during the first half. Luke Juriga has stepped in at center in the meantime for Philadelphia.
Kelce announced Thursday that he intends to continue his NFL career for the 2020 campaign, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports.
The 32-year-old will reprise his usual role as Philadelphia's starting center. He received his third Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors last season while managing to play every snap for the Eagles.
Kelce (personal) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Kelce missed Wednesday's practice session due to the birth of his daughter, according to Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal. The veteran center is on track for his usual start Sunday versus the Jets.
Kelce didn't participate at Wednesday's practice due to personal reasons, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The specifics of his absence remain unclear, but Kelce hasn't missed a start for the Eagles since 2014, so it seems unlikely to impact his availability for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Kelce played through an MCL sprain, a broken foot and an elbow injury last season, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Kelce was able to tough out all three injuries and proclaimed Monday that he's fully healthy heading into the offseason program. He just signed a one-year extension with the Eagles on March 2 and is expected to be the highest paid center in the league next season. The deal is merited, given his willingness to play through injury and Super Bowl champion resume.
Kelce signed a one-year contraction extension with the Eagles on Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The deal is expected to make Kelce the highest paid center in the league while simultaneously providing the Eagles a small amount of cap space this offseason. There were rumors Kelce might consider retiring after dealing with a troubling elbow injury for much of the season, but those talks should be put to rest with the veteran now signed through the 2021 campaign.
Kelce (elbow) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Mike Kaye of NJ.com reports.
Kelce exited last Sunday's loss to the Saints due to his lingering elbow issue but does not appear to have aggravated the injury in any way. The starting center's participation in Wednesday's practice indicates that he's on track to suit up for Sunday's divisional tilt against the Giants, which amounts to a must-win game for the Eagles.
Kelce (elbow) is "fine" despite exiting Sunday's game against New Orleans, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports.
The specifics of Kelce's elbow injury are unclear, but it isn't thought to be something that will force him to miss much game time, if any. He should be considered questionable for Week 12 for the time being, with his practice status later this week giving a better indication of his ability to play next Sunday against the Giants.
Kelce (elbow) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Saints after having initially been ruled out.
Kelce was initially ruled out for Sunday's tilt against New Orleans but now appears to have a chance at retaking the field. The veteran lineman sustained a left elbow issue during the first quarter according to Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer, and it's an encouraging sign that his status has been upgraded. The Eagles' offense has struggled to put up points in Kelce's absence and would likely benefit from the star offensive tackle's return.
Kelce (elbow) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Saints, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Kelce was initially listed as questionable after exiting Sunday's contest during the first quarter, but has ultimately been ruled out. Stefen Wisniewski will slot into the starting lineup as long as Kelce remains sidelined due to his undisclosed elbow injury.
Kelce is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Saints due to an elbow injury.
Kelce exited Sunday's tilt against New Orleans during the first quarter due to an elbow injury of undisclosed severity. Stefen Wisniewski is listed as Kelce's backup on the depth chart, and should slot in at center as long as Kelce remains sidelined.
Kelce (knee) was a full participant at Thursday's practice.
Kelce sat out Wednesday's session with a knee injury, but his full participation Thursday indicates that he is trending towards playing in Week 4's matchup against the Chargers.
Kelce (foot) did not practice Wednesday after receiving a cortisone shot Monday, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Kelce expects to be back at practice Thursday as he continues to deal with plantar fasciitis. He appears to be on pace for Sunday's tilt against the Vikings.
The Eagles are almost completely healthy for their Sunday game against Tennessee. Only quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone) will be red-lighted. All of his teammates should play.
Included are probables such as defensive end Brandon Bair (elbow), cornerback Brandon Boykin (hamstring), center Jason Kelce (thumb), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (calf/hamstring) and wideout Jeff Maehl (foot).
Most of the Eagles who were probable on the injury report are active for Monday's game against the Panthers. The list includes center Jason Kelce (hernia), guard Evan Mathis (knee), safety Nate Allen (hamstring), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (calf) and wideout Brad Smith (groin).
The Eagles are expected to be without just one player in Monday night's Week 10 matchup with the Panthers.
Quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone) has already been ruled out and will miss several weeks while recovering from his injury, but every other player on the team's injury report is probable to play Monday. That list includes wide receivers Brad Smith (groin) and Jeff Maehl (foot), offensive linemen Evan Mathis (knee) and Jason Kelce (hernia), linebacker Mychal Kendricks (calf) and defensive backs Nate Allen (hamstring) and Nolan Carroll (groin).
Wide receiver Brad Smith (groin) and safety Nate Allen (hamstring) are the lone Eagles deemed questionable for the Sunday game in Houston. Both practiced in full Friday.
All the others on their injury report are probable. They are cornerback Brandon Boykin (hamstring), tight end Brent Celek (back), offensive linemen Todd Herremans (biceps) and Jason Kelce (hernia), linebackers Mychal Kendricks (calf) and DeMeco Ryans (groin), wide receiver Jeff Maehl (foot), running back Darren Sproles (knee) and cornerback Jaylen Watkins (wrist).
Eagles center Jason Kelce practiced fully Wednesday and appears set to start Sunday at Houston. Kelce is coming back from sports hernia surgery and has not played since Week 3.