Haason Reddick says goodbye to Philadelphia

Haason Reddick Bids Farewell to Philadelphia, Ready to Make an Impact with the Jets in New York

Haason Reddick, a football player born just outside of Philadelphia in Camden, New Jersey, had a college career at Temple University in Philadelphia and spent the last two seasons playing for the Philadelphia Eagles. However, he is now moving on after being traded to the Jets. Reddick expressed his gratitude in a farewell message on social media, thanking Philadelphia for the love and support he received during his time with the Eagles. He also acknowledged his teammates, the Eagles organization, and his family for their role in his success.

In the trade deal, the Jets gave up a 2026 draft pick that could be either a second- or third-rounder depending on Reddick meeting certain incentives. This was seen as a significant investment for a player who some believed the Eagles might release due to his high base salary. The Jets are banking on Reddick’s potential to make a difference on the field as they aim to make a strong push in what could be Aaron Rodgers’ final season. Reddick is eager to start this new chapter in his career with Gang Green in New York and is ready to put in the work to make an impact.

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