The Philadelphia Eagles are trading All-Pro edge rusher Haason Reddick to the New York Jets says a CBS Sports report. Philadelphia will receive a conditional draft pick in 2026 in exchange for Reddick.

The pick is currently a third-round selection but could become a second-round pick if the former Eagle plays 67.5% of the defensive snaps in 2024 and has 10-plus sacks. nThe deliberate moves teams make to ensure their success in the future are highlighted by this transaction, which injects some excitement into the NFL landscape.

Reddick is coming into the last year of his deal with the Eagles with a bang, having set career highs in forced fumbles and sacks since joining in 2022. The effect of the Camden native is evident, as he made appearances in the Pro Bowl in both seasons.

According to CBS Sports, Reddick is expected to have a base salary of $14.25 million with a significant cap hit of $21.8 million in 2024. As he looks to make a lasting impression in Philadelphia, Reddick’s arrival is sure to delight Eagles supporters.

Reddick Uses Social Media Statement to Dispel Trade Rumors

The edge rusher, 29, caused a stir when he addressed trade speculations head-on in a recent social media post in February. In response to earlier NFL Network assertions, Reddick took to X to clarify that, contrary what some stories suggested, he had never made a trade request.

“Never made a trade request. But I do realize that it’s a business,” Reddick wrote. “Preparing for whatever is next!” cbsnews quoted Reddick as saying.

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