By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Jason Kelce is a lifelong Eagle, but he could become a cap casualty this offseason.

According to PhillyVoice.com’s Jimmy Kempski, the Eagles are “considering” letting their starting center walk.

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As it stands, only three teams have less 2017 cap space than the Eagles, according to Spotrac.com. Kelce, who will turn 30 in November, will count for $6.2 million against the cap.

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However, if the Eagles decide to release the 2014 Pro Bowler, they will save $3.8 million. The Eagles would save $6 million if they decided to wait until after the 2017 season to release him.

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2016 third-round pick Isaac Seumalo started four games last season and could be the replacement for Kelce.

Connor Barwin, another respected longtime Eagle with a substantial cap hit, is willing to take a paycut to stay in Philadelphia. Maybe Kelce is willing to do the same.