Check Out the First Trailer For ‘Kelce’ From Amazon Prime
A few weeks ago, we learned that our own Jason Kelce was getting the documentary treatment. Amazon Prime announced the upcoming feature-length movie, Kelce, chronicling Jason Kelce’s season last year, and him grappling with whether to retire or come back this season. And now you can get your first glimpse of what the movie will look like after Amazon dropped the first trailer.
Just how close did Jason Kelce come to hanging it up this season? Will this be his final season? What impact did the birth of his 3rd kid have on that choice? This documentary will get into all of that, while also celebrating his greatness.
Here is the synopsis for the movie from Amazon.
“Kelce is an intimate and emotional feature-length documentary that chronicles Philadelphia Eagles team captain and All-Pro center Jason Kelce’s 2022-23 season. After deciding to return for his 12th NFL season, Kelce embarked on a remarkable journey, highlighted by the arrival of his third daughter; the debut of his chart-topping podcast New Heights, which he co-hosts with brother, Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro tight end Travis; and a history-making Super Bowl appearance that placed the entire Kelce family at the center of the sports world. But as the season came to a close, Kelce was still left grappling with what life looks like after he moves on from the game he loves, and if this hungry dog has one more run in him.”
Kelce is obviously an All-Time great in an Eagles jersey. He made his 5th All-Pro team last season and was part of the only Super Bowl-winning team in Eagles history. At some point, he is going to be enshrined in Canton as a Hall of Famer. And just based on what we see in this trailer, you get the idea this is finally it for him. One more season with the Eagles, before he hands the reins over to Cam Jurgens, and walks away from the sport. Not that we didn’t already know that. But seeing how much he struggled with the decision last year makes it sink in that this will be it.
‘Kelce’ debuts on Amazon Prime on Tuesday, September 12th. Just before the debut of Thursday Night Football this season for Amazon when the Eagles host the Vikings in week 2 of the season.