Jason Kelce has been a regular name on the Philadelphia Eagles offensive line for the last 12 years. He has made six Pro Bowls and five All-Pro first teams. The center has been to the Super Bowl twice while winning it all following the 2017 season.

On Friday, Kelce rang a replica of Liberty Bell before Game 3 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference semi-finals between the Philadelphia Eagles and Boston Celtics.

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The 35-year-old struck the bell as if his life depended on it, showing the wild behavior that has made him a fan favorite.

Philly is known as the birthplace of American democracy, and the Liberty Bell has long been regarded as a symbol of the Revolutionary War victory over the British.

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The Sixers have made the bell one of their symbols in recent years, and ringing it before home games has become a tradition.

They are looking to become the third team in the Delaware Vallery region to play for the world championship of a major North American game in recent months.

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In October, the Philadelphia Phillies lost the world series to the Houston Astros. A few months ago, the Eagles faced a painful defeat to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl.

Jason’s younger brother, tight end Travis Kelce, celebrated his second Super Bowl championship in the last four seasons.

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This offseason, the Eagles lost their Pro Bowl star defensive tackle Javon Hargrave and running back Miles Sanders, but they should still be in the mix for another Vince Lombardi Trophy next season.

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Jason Kelce has become highly popular among NFL fans after the “New Heights” podcast, which he hosts with his brother Travis, a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Kelce brothers are also the first siblings to play against one another in the Super Bowl.