Bills’ Jordan Phillips Blasts Jason Kelce Over Comments Made on His ‘Brother’s Podcast’

During the Eagles’ 37–34 overtime win over the Bills on Nov. 26, Buffalo defensive tackle Jordan Phillips caused some controversy when he knocked Philadelphia offensive lineman Cam Jurgens to the ground following an Eagles’ tush push.

After the game, Eagles center Jason Kelce went on his podcast New Heights, which he co-hosts with brother Travis, and argued that Phillips should be fined for his actions against his teammate.

Phillips responded to Kelce’s comment and didn’t seem to have too much respect for the Eagle star.

“He is a well-respected guy around the league for whatever reason,” Phillips said, via Rochester First. “Now he suddenly has a voice because he’s on his brother’s podcast and he thinks he can use it. But the way he’s using his voice doesn’t make any sense.”

The tackle specifically doesn’t think Kelce has a right to complain about Phillips’ move given how the center moves during the Eagles’ infamous tush push.