The rookie, though, said he woke up Monday in a lot of pain and could hardly walk.
Kelce started all 16 games after winning the starting center spot in training camp.
A healthy Vick
Quarterback Michael Vick hopes for a healthier 2012.
"You have to be available for 16 games for this team, and I have to hold myself accountable and have to get away from trying to do too much," Vick said Monday.
Vick missed three games with broken ribs and could not finish two others.
"Not waking up sore on Monday mornings doesn't mean that you didn't give it your all," Vick said. "I think it means you played smart."
Surgery for Patterson
Defensive tackle Mike Patterson said he felt "blessed" that the arteriovenous malformation (AVM) that caused a training-camp seizure did not lead to further problems.
"Usually they say once one seizure happens another one can occur, so I feel real blessed," Patterson said.
He took anti-seizure medication and plans to have surgery to remove the AVM - a tangle of blood vessels on his brain - "in the next couple of weeks."
Patterson said recovery time can range from one to six months.
Safety Kurt Coleman said he has full mobility back in his arm after a partial biceps strain, and he expects to be able to participate in all of the offseason programs.
Linebacker Jamar Chaney said he had a stinger Sunday, not a concussion, as Reid reported. . . . Wide receiver Jason Avant called the season a "humbling" experience. "Do I want to be packing up? No. Do I know that we deserve to because of the way I played? Yes." . . . Asante Samuel, a candidate to be traded in the offseason, did not talk to reporters. . . . The Eagles will have the 15th pick in April's draft. . . . LeSean McCoy finished fourth in the NFL in rushing and first in touchdowns. Here are the veterans whose contracts are set to expire, leaving the Eagles with decisions to make: Victor Abiamiri, Ronnie Brown, Antonio Dixon, King Dunlap, DeSean Jackson, Derek Landri, Trevor Laws, Evan Mathis, Owen Schmitt, Steve Smith, and Vince Young.
Defensive decisions on tap for Eagles. D3
Eagles center Jason Kelce on crutches and wearing a boot. D3.