Haason Reddick agrees to three-year deal with Eagles

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Haason Reddick grew up near Philadelphia before attending Temple University and he’ll be heading back to his old stomping grounds to continue his NFL career.

Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that Reddick has agreed to a three-year deal with the Eagles on Monday. The deal is worth $45 million with $30 million guaranteed at signing.

Reddick broke out as a pass rusher with 12.5 sacks for the Cardinals in 2020 and landed a one-year deal with the Panthers last offseason. He produced 11 more sacks to show that he wasn’t a one-hit wonder and will now try to keep generating the same kind of heat as a pass rusher for the Eagles.

Derek Barnett and Ryan Kerrigan were in the pass rushing mix for Philly in 2021, but both are set for free agency at the moment. Reddick’s arrival likely lessens the chances that the players remain on the roster this time around.

11 responses to “Haason Reddick agrees to three-year deal with Eagles

  1. Great now to sign a great safety and wide receivers D J Chark and Byron Pringle.

  2. This is a premium get for the birds. Reddick has a motor and will vastly improve this eagles defense.

  3. This guy is overrated. He only showed up in his last year in Arizona to get paid. Watch the production drop and don’t bother asking him to defend the run either.

    Someday people who write these things or post here will understand sack total counts aren’t the end all be all to the position.

  4. I was at that draft in Philly. We were ALL hoping he was fall to us in the draft. Would’ve been a great story. Hometown kid born across the river from the city, goes to Temple and gets drafted by his hometown team in the draft held in Philly on those iconic steps! Better late then Never. WELCOME HOME BROTHER!! Bye Barnett

  5. Kerrigan was in the “pass rush mix” like I was in the mix for becoming president.

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