By Max Harper

Haason Reddick signed a three-year, $45 million Eagles deal in 2022.

He was dominant and helped the Birds to Super Bowl LVII.

But he’s underpaid, and the Birds gave him permission to seek a trade.

Sounds like he has done just that.

But that doesn’t mean he’s leaving Philly.

The Eagles could match and keep him.

He has led the Eagles in sacks in each of the past two seasons, 16 during the 2022 regular season — nearly helping the Eagles take down the 1984 Bears’ single-season sack record — and 3.5 more in the playoffs.

Reddick totaled 11 sacks last season. Given the going rate for high-end pass rushers, Reddick being tied to this contract will seemingly force a resolution before the start of the 2024 campaign.

“This is home for me,” Reddick said earlier this month.

“I was born and raised here. Two of the most fun years playing football in my life came here. I’ve cherished being an Eagle.”

At $15 million per year, Reddick is tied as the NFL’s 16th-highest-paid edge rusher.

“I don’t know how that will play out,” coach Nick Sirianni said about Reddick’s situation.

“Haason’s been awesome for us these last two years. Big reason why we’ve been to the playoffs the last two years is the contributions of Haason. He’s played really, really outstanding football. We’ll see how that plays out, and hopefully he’s an Eagle.”

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