Haason Reddick Already Admits Jets Stay May Not Last Long

The former Philadelphia Eagles EDGE rusher might not have an extended stay with the Jets.
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The Philadelphia Eagles finally decided to trade star pass rusher Haason Reddick after weeks of trade rumors and uncertainty around his future with the team. The decision to move on from Reddick became easier after the team signed former New York Jets defensive Bryce Huff in free agency and restructured Josh Sweat’s contract.

However, it’s going to be tough for the Eagles to replace Reddick’s presence as he recorded 27 sacks in his two seasons in Philadelphia. Nonetheless, Reddick will now prepare to play for the New York Jets, who have one of the better defenses in the NFL.

The 29-year-old outside linebacker spoke with the New Jersey and New York media on Tuesday and didn’t give an indication if we would re-sign with the Jets after the 2024 season.

“All options are open right now…. The contractual stuff, I’m leaving up to my agent and Joe (Douglas) to figure out,” Reddick said (h/t Zach Berman of PHLY).

After deciding against re-signing Huff, it might be in the Jets’ best interest to re-sign Reddick, if he performs up to the level that we’ve seen from him over the last few years. The former Temple standout has proven that is one of the more underrated pass rushers in the NFL and likely wants to get one more huge contract.

Nonetheless, it’s going to be interesting to see how everything plays out with Reddick in New York and the Eagles’ defensive line this coming season. Eagles fans will be paying attention to see how well Reddick does in his new surroundings.

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