He may have turned 36 on Sunday, but it’s clear to see that NFL stalwart Jason Kelce hasn’t lost any of his passion for the sport.
Kelce, who has spent all 12 years of his NFL career with the Eagles, lined up for Philadelphia against the Cowboys on his birthday and soon went viral when he was seen screaming in an opponent’s face.
The Eagles safety briefly lost his temper at Lincoln Financial Field, with cameras picking up the hilarious moment he let rip at Dallas defender Damone Clark.
Footage of his fiery antics quickly went viral on social media, with fans left in stitches at Kelce’s birthday rage.
One wrote on X: ‘Don’t poke the bear, apparently!’
Eagles veteran Jason Kelce was seen screaming in a Cowboys defender’s face on Sunday
Kelce, who has spent all 12 years of his NFL career with the Eagles, turned 36 on Sunday
A second put: ‘Absolute legend.. absolute warrior.’
Another commented: ‘Now that is passion’.
A fourth jokingly suggested Kelce was shouting: ‘”It’s ma birf-dayyyy!!!!!!!!”‘
While one said: ‘Can’t wait to hear about this on the [New Heights] pod’.
Kelce lost his temper following a slight scuffle with Clark, who appeared to brush his knee into the Philadelphia icon’s face as he fell to the turf.
His brief rage aside, it eventually proved a very happy birthday for Kelce as the Eagles came from behind in the second half to edge a thrilling battle with the Cowboys.
Jalen Hurts passed for two touchdowns and rushed for one more as Philadelphia escaped with a 28-23 win over the visitors on Sunday evening.
A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith had one touchdown reception apiece for the Eagles (8-1). Kenneth Gainwell had a rushing touchdown along with Hurts, who threw for 207 yards on 17-for-23 passing.
Dak Prescott completed 29 of 44 passes for 374 yards and three touchdowns for Dallas (5-3). Jake Ferguson, KaVontae Turpin and Jalen Tolbert each had a touchdown reception, and CeeDee Lamb finished with a game-high 11 catches for 191 yards.
Jalen Hurts passed for two touchdowns and rushed for one more as Philadelphia escaped with a 28-23 win
The Eagles, who trailed by three points at the half, seized a 21-17 advantage on their first drive of the third quarter. Hurts lobbed a pinpoint pass down the left sideline for Smith for a 29-yard touchdown.
Another Hurts touchdown pass, this time to Brown, pushed the Eagles’ lead to 28-17 with 1:13 left in the third quarter. The 4-yard play marked Brown’s team-high sixth touchdown catch of the season.
Dallas pulled within 28-23 with 6:23 remaining in the fourth quarter. Prescott connected with Tolbert for a 7-yard touchdown. The Cowboys tried for a two-point conversion moments later, but Prescott stepped out of bounds before he could cross the goal line.