Philadelphia Eagles Linebacker Haason Reddick granted permission to explore trade options

Haason Reddick’s Super Bowl Impact: Will He Be Traded from the Eagles?

Haason Reddick, a second-team All-Pro in 2022, has been granted permission to seek a trade from the Philadelphia Eagles, as per NFL Network. The seven-year veteran has played for various NFL teams, starting his career with the Arizona Cardinals, spending one year with the Carolina Panthers in 2021, and then moving to the Eagles for the last two seasons.

During his time in Philadelphia, Reddick has been a force on defense, racking up an impressive 27 sacks and earning two Pro Bowl selections in 2022 and 2023. In the most recent season, he recorded 11 sacks, 23 quarterback hits, and 13 tackles for loss.

Reddick tied for the second-most sacks in the NFL with 16 in his first season with the Eagles and also led all defensive players with five forced fumbles, contributing to the team’s journey to Super Bowl LVII.

As updates on Reddick’s trade request continue to emerge, more information will be provided.

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