Seven-year NFL veteran Haason Reddick has reportedly been cleared to request a trade from the Philadelphia Eagles, according to the NFL Network. Reddick, who was a second-team All-Pro in 2022, has played for various NFL teams throughout his career, starting with the Arizona Cardinals before spending one year with the Carolina Panthers in 2021. He then joined the Eagles for the past two seasons.

During his time in Philadelphia, Reddick was a force on defense and racked up an impressive 27 sacks and earned two Pro Bowl selections in 2022 and 2023. In his final season with the Eagles, he recorded 11 sacks, 23 quarterback hits and 13 tackles for loss.

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

As of now updates on Reddick’s trade request will be provided as the situation develops.

By Editor

Leave a Reply