EAGLES WILL MISS HAASON REDDICK, AND HOWIE KNOWS IT, WATCH!

By Max Harper

The Eagles traded edge rusher Haason Reddick to the Jets because they didn’t think he was worth the money, and GM Howie Roseman sounds like he knows it was a mistake.

Reddick was granted permission to seek a trade, and the Eagles agreed to send him to the Jets for a conditional 2026 draft pick. It will be a third-round pick unless Reddick records 10 sacks while playing more than two-thirds of the Jets’ defensive snaps.

“Haason had a great two years in Philadelphia,” Roseman said.

“Obviously, he is a Camden kid who played at Temple, and we could not have been more excited to sign him. It’s bittersweet to lose a player and a person like that. . . . Through the conversations with the Jets, we felt it was a win-win position, but it’s always hard to get rid of players and people like Haason.”

The Eagles signed former Jet Bryce Huff in free agency and have Brandon Graham, Josh Sweat, and Nolan Smith back on the edge of their defense.

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