Haason Reddick reportedly receives permission to seek a trade originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia
There’s a chance Haason Reddick’s time with the Eagles could be coming to an end.
The Pro Bowl edge rusher has received permission from the Eagles to seek a trade, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported on Sunday afternoon.
Sources: #Eagles All-Pro edge rusher Haason Reddick has received permission to seek a trade following another disruptive season featuring double digit sacks. The 29-year old with 27 sacks over two seasons in Philly could land elsewhere. pic.twitter.com/WxIGTac24M
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 11, 2024
NBC Sports Philadelphia’s John Clark reported the Eagles will only trade with a team if compensation and cap considerations work out for them.
Reddick, 29, has had 27 sacks in his two seasons with the Eagles but is entering the final year of his contract. And it seems like his push to get another big payday might come with another team willing to part with assets to acquire him.
It’s clear Reddick is seeking a new deal.
There’s a chance he could find it with a new team willing to trade for him. But there’s also a chance he could return to the Eagles if that deal isn’t out there. We have seen similar situations play out with other players in recent years.
Reddick, the Camden native, signed a three-year, $45 million contract to join the Eagles as a free agent in 2022 and quickly outplayed that deal. Reddick’s APY of $15 million per season ranks 17th among NFL edge rushers.
But over the last four seasons, Reddick has 50 1/2 sacks. The only players who have more in the last four years are T.J. Watt (62), Myles Garrett (58) and Trey Hendrickson (53). Watt makes $28 million per season, Garrett $25 million and Hendrickson $21 million.
So it’s clear that Reddick is underpaid and if the Eagles aren’t willing to give him the type of contract extension he wants, then this trade scenario makes some sense.
Reddick’s cap figure for the…
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Publish date : 2024-02-11 21:05:51
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