According to reports, the Eagles have postponed Haason Reddick’s $1 million roster bonus to April 1.

The Philadelphia Eagles allowed Haason Reddick to explore trade options before the start of the new league year. With General Manager Howie Roseman actively seeking a potential trade partner, they have made adjustments to an offseason payment deadline.

Originally, Reddick was scheduled to receive a $1 million roster bonus on March 15. However, as reported by Jeremy Fowler, the Eagles’ front office and Reddick have reached an agreement to postpone this payment until resolution of his contract situation.

Reddick notably ranked 15th in the league with 11 sacks and earned his second consecutive Pro Bowl selection. He maintained his streak of recording double-digit sacks for the fourth straight season, leading his team in this category and tying for 15th in the NFL.

Despite his impressive sack totals, Reddick’s total tackles were relatively low at 38, marking the second-lowest figure of his career. Additionally, he did not force or recover any fumbles after generating five forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries the previous season. His snap share remained consistent at 74 percent, suggesting that the decline in production was not due to a lack of playing time but rather potential mismanagement from the coaching staff.

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