Jason Kelce's daughter, Wyatt, was still celebrating the victory of her dad's team defeating the New York Giants on January 21.
Editor's note: This article was originally published on January 24, 2023. It has since been updated.
Jason Kelce’s daughter, Wyatt is merely three years old but her undying love for her father's team, the Philadelphia Eagles is quite amazing. A cute Instagram video of Wyatt singing a portion of "Fly, Eagles, Fly" in her crib the morning after a significant victory for his team was posted by the NFL center on January 22. In the clip, the toddler raises her tiny fist in the air as she cheers, “E-A-G-L-E-S, Eagle, yay!” According to TODAY, 35-year-old Jason Kelce was watching his daughter sweetly sing the anthem from the baby monitor on his phone and playfully asks, “What have we done?” Wyatt appeared to be still in a party mood after her dad's team defeated the New York Giants on January 21 and progressed to the NFC Championship Game which will be held on January 29.
“Apparently Wyatt is pretty pumped about the Eagles win last night too,” read Kelce's Instagram post caption. “Woke up to her singing the entire fight song this morning in her crib.” Jason Kelce shares Wyatt with Kylie McDevitt, his wife. Fans loved Wyatt's little celebration song and flooded the post with comments. It attracted the attention of rapper, comedian, and sports fan Lil Dicky, who called the Kelces "heroic." Instagram user @liftlaughlove commented, "You've raised her right, that's what you've done!" Another user, @nmerc78 wrote, "What have we done? If she's singing the fight song to herself you've done your job as parents. A+ work, Jason and Kylie." @haleyellizabethh joined in writing, "If you ever went to another team she would probably cut you off LMFAO."
For his very own ingenious antics and pranks, Jason Kelce is well-known and adored by Eagles fans. He was sporting a costume to represent "Mummer," a member of the New Year's Day folk march, and delivered a speech to the crowd after his team won the Super Bowl in 2018. Moreover, Kelce collaborated with his teammates Lane Johnson and Jordan Mailata to make "A Philly Special Christmas," a holiday CD that was sold to raise money for local charities. Eagles linebacker and CD executive producer Connor Barwin stated that the initial target was to raise $30,000 but the vinyl record ultimately brought in $250,000. Their primary beneficiary was the Children's Crisis Treatment Center, an organization catering to Philadelphia's children and families mental and behavioral requirements, according to Business Insider.
If he looks like a Mummer and sounds like a Mummer...— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) February 26, 2018
Jason Kelce donned the legendary costume once again as an honorary Mummer at the Mardi Gras Parade in Manayunk yesterday. pic.twitter.com/A09M0D2HuP
"I just think it's going to be fun, it's going to be awesome for the city. It's for sure going to go to families that can't afford gifts around the holidays, and kinda hopefully make their holidays better," Kelce said in the short documentary about the making of the album. "Or it doesn't do well at all and I got a Christmas album that I can play for friends and family when they come over and be like, 'Hey I did this one time and it was really cool." As per the Philadelphia Inquirer, finishing the entire album and getting it all ready, was fairly harder than they thought it would be but these players weren't going to back down. They were determined to push for it because it was for a noble cause.
No wonder little Wyatt wants to cheer Kelce's wins - on the field and in life!