This is the first time in the event's 22-year history that the world's premier wing-eating competition will feature a current Philadelphia sports athlete.
"I would love to eat in the event, no doubt," Kelce told the 94WIP Morning Show, who created and host the annual extravaganza.
"I will definitely, without question, eat in Wing Bowl," Kelce said.
Last year, Chip Kelly made an appearance at Wing Bowl shortly after being named head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. At his introductory press conference, Kelly noted that the "second-most important bowl besides the Super Bowl, which is my goal, is the Wing Bowl."