Jason Kelce celebrates brother Travis' Super Bowl 58 win in epic fashion at Vegas afterparty

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Jason Kelce: full-time Chiefs superfan? 

The future Hall of Fame center still refuses to say whether he's retiring after 13 years with the Eagles, but for one night, he celebrated Kansas City's Super Bowl 58 win harder than almost anyone on the Chiefs' roster.

Cameras caught Kelce living it up at Kansas City's afterparty on Sunday night in Las Vegas, donning a wrestling mask along with his Chiefs gear and dancing until he couldn't dance anymore.

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Jason Kelce celebrating the Chiefs' Super Bowl 58 win in Vegas

One hilarious video shows Travis Kelce sharing a nice moment with Taylor Swift while one the pop star's song played, before cutting to a masked Jason dancing the night away next to Marshmello.

Another angle captured the incredible celebration by Kelce, who might not have taken off his mask at any point during the night. 

Kelce looked pretty defeated by the end of the night — or morning — if a two-second clip is any indication. The offensive lineman appeared to nearly go head-first into a tree, mask and all.

It takes a special type of person to out-celebrate Travis Kelce, so if anyone can do it, it makes sense that it's his brother.

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Jason, of course, got a chance to celebrate his own Super Bowl win six years ago, and he delivered a legendary speech at the Eagles' victory parade while in full costume. 

Kelce has since seen his brother win three championships, and he had a much more comfortable seat for the latest one. It was a year ago that his Eagles lost to Travis' Chiefs in a heartbreaker, making for a much more subdued reaction after the game ended.

This year, perhaps in a sign that he's ready to move on from his playing days and become a full-time fan, Kelce was free to have the time of his life after Travis' win. He did exactly that. 

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Dan Treacy is a content producer for Sporting News.