Jason Kelce entered himself into Philadelphia lore last week when he delivered an impassioned speech from the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art at the end of the Eagles' Super Bowl parade.
Kelce used profanity and made some controversial comments during the speech and told WMMR in Philadelphia that he worried about how owner Jeffrey Lurie, coach Doug Pederson and general manager Howie Roseman would respond.
"I didn't know how Howie or Doug or Jeffrey were going to take this, which was one of the things I looked at when I actually watched the [speech]," Kelce said. "After the speech, I'd been at the parade all day and wondered, 'Did I say anything stupid? Did I do anything dumb?'"
There has been no sign of any negative reaction from the organization.