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Erin WalshFebruary 22, 2024

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Jason Kelce might rule out himself a runner, however he struck the roadway Saturday to raise cash for a great cause.

The long time Philadelphia Eagles center took part in the 16th yearly Mike’s Seafood 5K Run/Walk for Autism in Sea Isle City, New Jersey, to raise cash for autism. He ended up the race a couple of seconds past the 43-minute mark.

The annual occasion “raises cash for the households of kids with unique requirements, autism support system and unique services schools,” according to Nicholas Huba of the Press of Atlantic City

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The cause is one crucial to Kelce and his household as he, his spouse, Kylie, and mom, Donna, have actually all been included with the Eagles Autism Foundation because it was established in 2019.

Kelce is popular in the Sea Isle neighborhood as he has actually functioned as a visitor bartender at one of the regional dining establishments the previous 3 summer seasons to raise cash for the Eagles Autism Foundation, according to Huba.

Kelce hasn’t formally revealed his retirement from the NFL, though ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported in January that the Super Bowl champ and seven-time Pro Bowler notified his colleagues that he would be hanging up the cleats.

If the 36-year-old is retiring, it’s most likely safe to state he’ll continue to make an effect in the neighborhood well beyond his playing days.

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