Jason Kelce 2024 Net Worth: Eagles Star’s NFL Career Earnings, Salaries and Endorsements

Published 03/04/2024, 3:14 PM EST

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Jason Kelce has spent 13 long seasons in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles. After being drafted as a sixth-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the older Kelce brother soon established his position as their reliable starter. He has several accolades under his belt in the 193 games he’s played for Philadelphia. Off-field, too, the center has charmed football fans with his antics and supportive love for his younger brother, Travis Kelce. The 36-year-old has been unwaveringly loyal to his team and helped them win the 2018 Super Bowl. With such a significant position in the team, the center surely made some earnings!

Jason Kelce: Net Worth 2024

Having established his presence as a formidable center in the Eagles, Kelce also raked in the money. He was paid $11,500,000 in salary for 2023. This amount speaks loads, especially considering his first NFL check was a mere $472,432. His total earnings from the league amount to a massive $81,708,745 over 13 seasons, as per Spotrac.


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Apart from earning from football, Kelce has dabbled in endorsement deals as well. The Philadelphia starter has collaborated with 6 Shooter Energy Shots in the past. In 2018, Kelce also did an endorsement deal along with his brother Travis, for Old Spice.


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Though the amount for the deals remains unknown, they must add a significant boost to his overall earnings.

As of 2024, Kelce’s net worth is estimated at $30 million; thanks to his earning in the NFL so far. It surely must not have been easy for the center to step away from the field after 13 years with his team.


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Kelce’s career at a glance

When a player spends 13 years playing football professionally, it is a testament to his prowess in the sport. Kelce was always into sports and had tried his hand at lacrosse and hockey in high school, but later found his calling in football. The Ohio native went to the University of Cincinnati, where he tried out positions of running back and fullback before permanently switching to center in his senior year.

At the 2011 Combine, Kelce impressed everyone by running the 40-yard dash with the best time of 4.89 seconds. It was this record and his unique physique that convinced the Eagles’ general manager, Howie Roseman, to include him in the crew. Kelce was drafted as a sixth-round pick and became the first rookie in the franchise’s history who started all games of the season as the center.


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The 36-year-old would go on to start games of multiple seasons going forward and became the strong backbone of the team. He helped the Eagles win their only Super Bowl in  2018 against the New England Patriots, with a score of 33-41. Moreover, the center has achieved the All-Pro titles six times and the Pro Bowl seven times in his career.

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Written by:

Sneha Singh


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Sneha Singh is an NFL beat writer at EssentiallySports in the NFL division. She brings immense experience and creativity to the team, courtesy of her line of work as a writing head and web content writer at esteemed organizations. Having developed a liking for the game of touchdowns and tackles since a young age, Sneha harbors prowess over covering in-depth live coverages and off-field fan action.
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Garima Yadav