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Jason Kelce, the recently retired, future Hall of Fame football player, will be a rookie once again next month when he makes his first appearance at the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe.

He will be joined by 3-time Super Bowl Champion and entrepreneur, Travis Kelce, the tight end for the 2024 Super Bowl winning Kansas City Chiefs, who has been playing in Lake Tahoe since 2019.

In addition to being NFL stars, the two brothers host the popular podcast New Heights, in which they discuss football, personal stories, current events and pop culture. The New Heights podcast has 2.4 million subscribers on YouTube after more than 90 episodes.

Jason Kelce’s NFL career consisted of 13 seasons as a center for the Philadelphia Eagles and he announced his football retirement earlier this year. His Eagles won the Super Bowl in 2018 and lost to his brother’s Kansas City Chiefs in the 2023 Super Bowl. As a center on the offensive line, he made seven Pro Bowls and was named First Team All-Pro six times.

Travis Kelce has played for the Kansas City Chiefs for 11 seasons, making four Super Bowl appearances with victories in 2020, 2023 and 2024.

In addition to the Kelce brothers, the tournament will feature more than 80 sports and entertainment celebrities competing at Edgewood Tahoe, July 12-14, preceded by a Wednesday practice round and the Thursday Celebrity-Am, July 10-11.

The field represents a collection of Hall of Famers, All-Pros, All-Stars and fan favorites including Charles Barkley, Tony Romo, Josh Allen, Jerry Rice, Steve Young, Aaron Rodgers, John Elway, Ray Allen, DeMarcus Ware, Baker Mayfield, Kyle Lowry, Brian Urlacher, Charles Woodson, Canelo and Larry Fitzgerald. Entertainers include Colin Jost, Miles Teller, Nate Bargatze, Ray Romano, Don Cheadle, Carson Daly, Jake Owen, Larry the Cable Guy, Rob Riggle, and Brian Baumgartner.

Previous tournament winners are 3-time champions Romo and former MLB pitcher Mark Mulder, two-time winner Jack Wagner, plus Mardy Fish and Vinny Del Negro. Other contenders are Annika Sorenstam, John Smoltz and NHL star Joe Pavelski. americancenturychampionship.com