Haason Reddick’s Potential Trade: What It Means for the Eagles Defense in the Future

Eagles grant LB Haason Reddick permission to explore trade options

Haason Reddick, a second-team All-Pro in 2022, has reportedly received permission to seek a trade from the Philadelphia Eagles. The seven-year veteran has spent the last two seasons with the Eagles, after playing his first four years with the Arizona Cardinals and one season with the Carolina Panthers in 2021.

During his time in Philadelphia, Reddick has been a force to be reckoned with on the field. In 2023, he had an 11-sack year, along with 23 quarterback hits and 13 tackles for loss. His performance this season earned him his first two Pro Bowl nods of his career.

Reddick’s impact on the team was particularly notable during his first year in Philadelphia in 2021. He tied Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett for the second-most sacks in the NFL (16 sacks) and paced all defensive players with five forced fumbles as Philadelphia made its way to Super Bowl LVII.

While it’s unclear what Reddick’s future holds beyond this season, it’s clear that he has left a lasting impression on both his teammates and fans alike. As this story develops, we will update you with any further details about Reddick’s potential trade request and how it may impact the Eagles’ defense moving forward.

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