Two Eagles veterans make decisions about football futures.

The Eagles lost 32-9 to the Buccaneers in the wild-card round of the playoffs. 

It was the type of game that no player wanted to be their last. 

However, two of Philadelphia's elderly veterans have already made their professional decisions.

Six-time All-Pro and eventual Hall-of-Fame center Jason Kelce reportedly informed his teammates in Monday night's postgame locker room that he is retiring, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

It's not surprising given that the 36-year-old was visibly distraught on the sidelines following Monday's defeat. 

Many had assumed that he would retire from football, and now he has confirmed it.

It will be a significant blow to the Eagles' offensive line, which has been one of the best in the league over the last few years.

 Philadelphia will now get the opportunity to see what it has in some of its young players.

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