By now you've seen the video.
If you haven't, you have to.
It's Jason Kelce kicking at practice. Which would be normal if he was the Eagles' kicker. But he's an offensive lineman. And he wasn't kicking a football. He was kicking a recycling can inside the team's practice bubble.
It was weird enough seeing Eagles linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill kicking a few weeks ago. But Kelce?
Turns out Kelce got "cleated," or spiked by a teammate, causing a deep gash on his right shin. He showed pretty good form kicking the three-foot-high receptacle, which went tumbling into a nearby wall. Then he stormed outside for a moment before returning to practice.
"What happened is I'm an idiot. You'd think at 30 years old I'd be able to control myself a little bit better than that. I got cleated in a drill and I had an ankle sprain a couple weeks ago. The best way I can equate it anybody out there who's done yard work, and you hit your thumb with a hammer and you throw the hammer halfway across the yard because of that. That's about as close as I can get to it.
"Nothing serious. I got cleated in one of the drills and it was just a stupid reaction. Very minimal damage long-term, but it hurts like a b**** in the moment."
Kelce, who had a pretty good gash on his shin, gestured toward Chance Warmack on his way to the trashcan. Since Kelce plays center and Warmack generally plays left guard, it seems Warmack was the likely culprit. But Kelce wasn't saying.
"I wish I had a good excuse or a good reason," Kelce said. "But I don't. A little bit of a temper tantrum there.
"Sorry, I got nothing else for you. Not a better story."
As for his ankle, Kelce said it actually is feeling better than it has the last two weeks.
"It's a lot better," he said. "This is the best it's felt since it happened a couple weeks ago. It's good."