Bills’ Jordan Phillips Fires Back At Jason Kelce Over “Dirty Player” Comment, Throws Shade At Kelce’s Podast

Following the Philadelphia Eagles win over the Buffalo Bills on November 26th, Jason Kelce ripped Bills defensive tackle Jordan Phillips for diving offsides, right into Cam Jurgens, in attempt to prevent the tush push.

Kelce called Phillips a “dirty player” who should’ve been fined for the act.

On Thursday, the Bills defensive tackle responded to Kelce’s comments.

“You look at the tush push, he dives at somebody’s knees every play and tries to roll them up.” Phillips continued, “I don’t think he has any right or any mean to call for a fine when he does a whole bunch of stuff.”


Phillips wasn’t done, though, as he then took a shot at Kelce for using his and his brother Travis’ podcast New Heights to dish out criticism at other players but not being able to handle it himself.

“Even if they got that play off, it’s either gonna be them hitting us or us hitting them. You can dish it out obviously, but you can’t take it? That’s just soft,” Phillips said. “He’s a well respected guy around the league for whatever reason. Now, all of a sudden he has a voice because of his brother’s podcast. He thinks he can use it, but the way he uses it doesn’t make any sense.”

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