The Philadelphia Eagles came into this offseason needing pass rush help and Howie Roseman looks to have fixed that problem in a big way.
Haason Reddick has signed a three-year, $45 million contract with the Eagles, the team announced Monday. Reddick’s contract includes $30 million guaranteed and could rise as high as $49.5 million with added incentives.
Reddick, 27, led the Carolina Panthers with 11.0 sacks and 18 QB hits in 2021 and is the first big-name pass rusher to sign during this free agency period. A former Temple University product, Reddick has totaled 23.5 sacks since 2020, which is the fifth-most in the NFL over that span.
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He has also totaled over 300+ tackles and 30+ sacks since entering the league in 2017, joining only Cameron Heyward and DeForest Buckner on that slim list. Reddick was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 2017 and spent his first three NFL seasons in the NFC West.
After only totaling seven-and-a-half sacks in his first three seasons, Reddick has exploded as one of the best pass-rushers in the league. He has also contributed 11 forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries during his five-year NFL career.
Reddick joins an Eagles defense which already features Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave, and Brandon Graham.