Jason Kelce calls KC parade 'second rate' to Philly

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team
April 07, 2020 - 9:35 am

Jason Kelce was thrilled to see his brother Travis and his former coach Andy Reid win a Super Bowl for Kansas City. 

But when he was being asked the question about which city, Philly or KC, had the better parade, Kelce didn't even let Angelo Cataldi finish the question. 

"Philadelphia," Kelce said Tuesday on 94WIP, cutting off Cataldi and anticipating the question. 

"Philly, it's not even close. Well the biggest thing, I took for granted how good the production was in the Philadelphia parade and how well everything was done organizationall, from the top down. From the moment everybody was speaking on the Rocky steps to the whole thing throughout, it was just a much better put together parade. On top of that, the fan environment wasn't even close. I talked to Stefen Wisniewski, who was actually at both of them, and he confirmed with me that it wasn't even close. I hate to break it to you KC, your second rate parade had nothing on ours. But kudos for the championship and I'm still happy for that city and that fan base."

Kelce spoke with Cataldi and the 94WIP Morning Show for 15 minutes, discussing things like the loss of Jason Peters and Malcolm Jenkins, the expectations for Andre Dillard, the Alshon Jeffery situation, and Kelce missing the NFL's All-Decade team. 

Kelce said Jenkins and Peters have been "crucial" to the culture of the Eagles' locker room and the impact of their loss will be felt in the short term. 

You can listen to the full interview below: