Jason Kelce has been SPOTTED working as an ‘Uber Driver’ few days after announcing his Retirement.. Here’s more details


Jason Kelce is staying busy following his retirement from the NFL, as he gave ex-teammate Beau Allen a ride to a signing event on Saturday.


Jason Kelce working as Uber Driver for his Friend

Kelce was not scheduled to appear at ‘The Philly Show’, which takes place from March 8-10, but generously drove Allen with the 2014 seventh-round pick set to appear alongside other members of the Eagles’ Super Bowl-winning team from 2018.

‘Needed a ride to @Philly_Show , thankfully this jobless bum could drop me off #uberdriver,’ Allen joked in an X post that included a selfie of the pair.

The X account of ‘New Heights,’ the podcast that Kelce co-hosts with his brother Travis, then commented, ‘Don’t forget 5 stars for good service.’

Other members of the Super Bowl LII squad slated to appear at the event included the team’s former head coach Doug Pederson, quarterback Nick Foles, Chris Long and Jason Peters.

Additionally, Phillies legend Chase Utley was scheduled to be there, while controversial Eagles security guard ‘Big Dom’ DiSandro made an appearance as well.

Both DiSandro and 49ers linebacker Dre Greenlaw were ejected from a game in December, as the Philly staffer tried to break up a scuffle and Greenlaw made contact with his face.

Greenlaw instigated chaos after body slamming DeVonta Smith out of bounds near Philly’s sideline, which resulted in a penalty.

DiSandro then pushed away Greenlaw, and the security guard was banned from the Eagles’ sideline for the rest of the regular season.

Nonetheless, ‘Big Dom’ was warmly received at the signing event as he shared a hug with Long and others.

It was announced earlier on Saturday that Jason and Travis Kelce are taking their New Heights podcast on tour starting with an April 11 show at the University of Cincinnati’s Nippert Stadium.

The brothers played their college football at the school.

The show was announced on Saturday on the jumbotron for the Cincinnati men’s basketball game at Fifth Third Arena, as per a tweet from a reporter covering the game.