The Philadelphia Eagles player, who hinted at his retirement, revealed his fast food fave while signing a jersey for a McDonalds employee
Kelce replied to sports reporter and former NFL player Ross Tucker who guessed the Eagles player’s order on X: “Guarantee he ordered a Sausage McMuffin with Egg because that’s the greatest sandwich of all time. 🤤."
Kelce then replied, “You f------ know it. 2 sausage egg and cheese and a large coffee. Every time!”
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The NFL star’s revelation follows his gift of a signed #62 jersey to McDonald’s employee Danielle Bonham.
Eagles legend Jason Kelce stopped by his neighborhood McDonald’s this morning to pick up some breakfast and drop off a jersey for his favorite employee – Danielle Bonham.
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Bonham, who has previously and repeatedly served the Eagles player, shared a photo of their first meeting on Facebook, which garnered thousands of likes. Since then, she has shared several selfies from various encounters with Kelce, who has been a favorite player of hers “for many years now."
On Wednesday morning, the picture circulated of her holding up the signed jersey and smiling while Kelce was peeking through the drive-thru window. Per Fox 29 Pennsylvania, the NFL star frequents Bonham's McDonald's location regularly.
In one post from around Christmas, she shared a photo with Kelce and wrote that the two talked about the holiday and their gratitude for one another.
“I thanked him for everything he does for the community. He turned around thanked me for always being kind,” she wrote. “He said you’re one of the best people that works for this corporation. I almost cried.”
The sweet gift comes after Kelce addressed rumors about whether or not he is going to retire from the NFL after Monday's game. During the game, the Eagles were defeated by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and were then eliminated from the playoffs.
While he did not confirm or deny voicing his intention to retire to his teammates, Jason did share some details about what was said after the game — a speech many have interpreted as an indication of his retirement. "I did address the team and pretty much said, 'I [believe] in every single one of you guys,' " he recalled. "'Cherish your moments in this league.' "
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