The New York Jets have traded for Haason Reddick, a two-time Pro Bowl edge rusher, from the Philadelphia Eagles

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Haason Reddick (Credits: SKY Sports)

The New York Jets have traded for Haason Reddick, a two-time Pro Bowl player who specializes in rushing from the edge, from the Philadelphia Eagles. The trade, according to a source familiar with the matter, involves the Jets giving up a conditional third-round draft pick in 2026.

This pick could become a second-round selection if Reddick meets certain performance targets, such as playing a significant portion of defensive snaps and achieving a certain number of sacks during the 2024 season.

Reddick, originally drafted in the first round by the Arizona Cardinals in 2017, has consistently tallied double-digit sack numbers over the past four seasons, with 27 sacks accumulated during his time with the Eagles.

Haason Reddick (Credits: ESPN)

With just one year left on his current contract worth $45 million over three years, Reddick was allowed by the Eagles to explore trade options earlier during the offseason.

To prepare for Reddick’s potential departure, the Eagles signed Bryce Huff, a former Jets edge rusher, in free agency. The addition of Reddick is part of the Jets’ strategy to bolster their roster with experienced players as they aim to break their longstanding streak of missing the NFL playoffs.

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