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Eagles Trade Haason Reddick to Jets for Future Draft Pick

A few weeks after acquiring former New York Jets pass rusher Bryce Huff on a three-year, $51.1 million deal, the Philadelphia Eagles have now traded edge rusher Haason Reddick to the Jets. In return, the Eagles are getting a conditional 2026 third-round pick, which can upgrade to a second-round pick if Reddick has 67.5 percent playing time and at least 10 sacks.

The Jets are taking on $14.5 million of Reddick’s final year of his contract, while the Eagles will pay the $1 million roster bonus that was due earlier in March. The former first-round pick was permitted to seek a trade in February as his contract became a sticking point for the Eagles front office. Although his 2023 season wasn’t as game-changing as 2022 was, Reddick still put up quality numbers. He recorded 11 sacks and 38 tackles, including 13 tackles for loss, to earn a second straight trip to the Pro Bowl. 

A Trade in All but Name

The Birds got younger at the pass-rushing position, as Huff is entering his age-26 season and Reddick is entering his age-30 season. They also didn’t sacrifice much from a talent standpoint, despite Reddick being more decorated to this point. Huff is a rising star coming off a career season in which he posted 10 sacks. Philadelphia also returns Brandon Graham, who is playing in one final season. Look for them to target pass-rushing help through the upcoming NFL Draft,

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