Jason Kelce is getting candid about his potential retirement from football.

“I did address the team and pretty much said, ‘I [believe] in every single one of you guys,’ ” Jason recalled. “‘Cherish your moments in this league.

Jason Kelce is getting candid about the rumors he will retire from the NFL.

The Philadelphia Eagles star center, 36, opened up on his New Heights podcast with brother Travis Kelce about the rumors that he had informed his teammates of his intentions to exit the league after the Eagles’ loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and elimination from the playoffs, which had been initially reported by ESPN.

“I just don’t think you’re in a position after a game like that to really, you know, make that decision. I just don’t,” Jason said. “There’s too much emotion in the moment. There’s too much going down in the moment to really fully grasp that decision.”

“I’m not trying to be dramatic to continue to draw this thing out,” he added. “I’m really not.”

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 indication of is 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.’

“That’s kind of the way it went down. A lot of guys [said], ‘If thats your last game, I feel sorry for you.’ Don’t feel sorry for me for me m———-,” Jason said while getting emotional on the podcast and talking a moment to catch his breath. “Well either way, I truly appreciated everybody in that room, and I’d go to war with them any day of the week… Enjoy the time you got.”