Jason Kelce Is Moving to TV — He's Joining ESPN's Monday Night Football as a Broadcaster: Source

The former Philadelphia Eagles center has received offers from several different networks since his retirement in March

<p>Tim Nwachukwu/Getty</p> Jason Kelce

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Jason Kelce

Jason Kelce is taking his talents to ESPN.

After retiring from the NFL on March 4, the former Philadelphia Eagles center has been a hot commodity, with offers to join the broadcasting teams for several networks.

ESPN is the first to nab Kelce, though, for their Monday Night Football broadcasts, a source confirms to PEOPLE. The Athletic was the first to report the news, adding that Kelce, 36, will be part of their pregame team.

A representative for Kelce could not be reached.

Currently, the weekly show is hosted by Scott Van Pelt and a panel including Robert Griffin III, Adam Schefter, Ryan Clark, Marcus Spears and Michelle Beisner-Buck.

Related: ESPN Trying to Hire Jason Kelce as a Monday Night Football Broadcaster: Source

<p>AP Photo/Matt Rourke</p> (L-R) Travis, Donna, Ed and Kylie Kelce listen as Jason Kelce retires from the NFL

AP Photo/Matt Rourke

(L-R) Travis, Donna, Ed and Kylie Kelce listen as Jason Kelce retires from the NFL

Kelce also told The Philadelphia Inquirer in January that he hoped to stay involved with the Eagles organization in some way after his retirement, which was not yet announced at that time.

"I don’t know what’s going to happen for me, but I do know I still want to be involved in the organization and still want to be a part of it — regardless of what the decision is,” he told the newspaper.

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“Because I don’t want to ever feel like I’m on the outside looking in on these achievements and these accolades and these opportunities that largely represent entire cities and fan bases and organizations.”

Kelce retired in a tearful, 40-minute-long speech at the Eagles' training facilities in front of his family and friends. Kelce thanked coaches, teammates and "cafeteria workers" along the way, adding that there were too many to name, in addition to his wife, Kylie, mother Donna, father Ed and brother Travis.

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In the weeks since, Jason has been living up life as a former football player. He's thrown out the first pitch at a Philadelphia Phillies game, jumped in the ring at Wrestlemania 40 and lost his 2018 Super Bowl ring in a pool of Cincinnati chili at a live taping of his and Travis' podcast, New Heights.

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