PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Haason Reddick split his family's loyalties over his first five seasons. The New Jersey native and former Temple standout always had his parents and friends rooting for him — and for teams that weren't the hometown Philadelphia Eagles.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (9-9)
New faces: WR A.J. Brown, LB Haason Reddick, CB James Bradberry, DT Jordan Davis.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (9-8)
CAMP SITE: Philadelphia
LAST YEAR: The Eagles recovered from a 2-5 beginning to make the playoffs in coach Nick Sirianni’s first season and quarterback Jalen Hurts’ first as the full-time starter in his second year.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles strengthened their secondary, agreeing on a one-year contract with veteran cornerback James Bradberry on Wednesday.
Bradberry, who made the Pro Bowl in 2020, was released by the New York Giants on May 9 for salary reasons.
Let the dealing begin — if mostly unofficial.
The NFL's “legal tampering period” in free agency began Monday with a slew of deals even as many teams released veterans to clear salary cap space before the league's business year begins Wednesday.
Haason Reddick is going home to boost the Philadelphia Eagles’ pass rush.
A person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press that Reddick and the Eagles have agreed to terms on a $45 million, three-year contract that includes $30 million guaranteed with a maximum value of $49.5 million.
CAROLINA PANTHERS (5-12)
UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: RB Ameer Abdullah, S Juston Burris, LB Jermaine Carter Jr., S Sean Chandler, P Lachlan Edwards, WR Alex Erickson, CB Stephon Gilmore, DE Marquis Haynes Sr., CB Donte Jackson, DT DaQuan Jones, CB Rashaan Melvin, G John Miller, QB Cam Newton, C Matt Paradis, OLB Haason Reddick, T Trent Scott, WR Brandon Zylstra.
CAROLINA (5-6) at MIAMI (4-7)
Sunday, 1 p.m. EST, Fox
BETTING LINE: Carolina by 1 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook.
CAROLINA (4-5) at ARIZONA (8-1)
Sunday, 4:05 p.m. EST, Fox
BETTING LINE: Cardinals by 10 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Carolina Panthers defensive end Brian Burns envisions himself riding around the Wofford College campus next summer at training camp in his new tricked out golf cart waving to teammates.
ARIZONA CARDINALS (8-8)
New Faces: DE J.J. Watt, WR A.J. Green, C Rodney Hudson, OL Brian Winters, QB Colt McCoy, LB Zaven Collins (first-round pick), WR Rondale Moore (second-round pick), RB James Conner, K Matt Prater, S Shawn Williams.
CAROLINA PANTHERS (5-11)
CAMP SITE: Spartanburg, South Carolina
LAST YEAR: The Panthers struggled under journeyman QB Teddy Bridgewater, repeatedly losing tight games late in fourth quarter prompting an offseason trade for Sam Darnold.
ARIZONA CARDINALS (8-8)
CAMP SITE: Glendale, Arizona
LAST YEAR: The Cardinals looked like one of the NFL's rising franchises for most of the season but lost five of their final seven games to fall just short of the playoffs.
When the Arizona Cardinals face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Haason Reddick will be bring his inspiring story back to Lincoln Financial Field where he starred as an outstanding player for Temple University.
Temple’s defensive end Haason Reddick can hardly wait to play for Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians who was also the head coach at Temple from 1983-1988. Reddick, a Camden, N.J. native, was selected with the 13th pick in the first round by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2017 NFL Draft.