6 Eagles Who Could Request Trades Next After Haason Reddick

Could the Philadelphia Eagles have more players asking for a way out following a disappointing 2023 campaign?

Nov 26, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay (2) reacts
Nov 26, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Darius Slay (2) reacts / Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
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In a somewhat shocking turn of events, the Philadelphia Eagles could wind up trading away one of their best defenders. According to Ian Rapoport, Haason Reddick has been permitted to seek a trade partner, meaning the Eagles could part with their top pass rusher.

Signed as a free agent in 2022, Reddick has 27 sacks over the past two seasons. But with Vic Fangio taking over as defensive coordinator, he might be ready to move on. He could wind up being joined by others as well following their coaching shake-ups, and here are six players who might look for a way out.

6. Kelee Ringo, Cornerback

It's not often a fourth-round pick would have much sway at all, let alone to ask for a trade, but Kelee Ringo could be someone who wouldn't mind looking outside of Philadelphia. A former star for Georgia, Ringo once appeared destined to be selected in late Round 1 or early Round 2. His star lost some shine late in his career but there was still a lot to like about the former Bulldogs' skill set.

Once in Philadelphia, he found himself buried on a depth chart that featured some well-known veterans including James Bradberry, Avonte Maddox, and Darius Slay. While Maddox missed a lot of time due to injuries, the rest of the secondary struggled mightily — including Bradberry who was a constant target for other teams.

Despite the issues they had in coverage — and the move from one defensive play-caller to another — Ringo made just four starts. The team's hesitation to turn to him and continue to roll with players who weren't performing well could be enough for him to ask for a fresh start.