June 19, 2024

Goodnews: Houston texans signs eagles defender, its now done.

The Philadephia Eagles had one of the best defenses in the league two years ago, but some of those guys are no longer in town.

Notably, they could lose another one of their stars soon.

The Philadephia Eagles had one of the best defenses in the league two years ago, but some of those guys are no longer in town.

Notably, they could lose another one of their stars soon.

According to sources, they have granted Haason Reddick permission to seek a trade.

The star pass rusher is trying to get a new contract, and multiple teams could be in the mix to acquire his services.

A New Jersey native who attended Temple, Reddick stated that he was hopeful to stay with the team and represent his city for the rest of his career, but that may no longer be the case.

With that in mind, NFL Draft analyst Tony Pauline reports that DeMeco Ryans and the Houston Texans are keeping tabs on his situation (via Dov Kleiman)

According to Over The Cap, Reddick will make $15 million this year, which is obviously a bargain for a player of his caliber.

The Eagles are reportedly looking for a valuable draft pick for his contract, but his trade value could get lower by the day as we inch closer to the NFL Draft.

The Texans were one of the most improved teams in the league last season, and adding a proven veteran to their defensive line could only do wonders for DeMeco Ryans’ team.

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Texans Reportedly Interested In Bringing Back Veteran RB

The Houston Texans are coming off a surprising season that saw Offensive Rookie of the Year CJ Stroud lead the team to an AFC South crown and their first playoff win since 2019.

Now armed with $70 million in cap space, Houston is perfectly situated to keep building on this strong foundation it has established.

Texans Reportedly Interested In Bringing Back Veteran RB

The Houston Texans are coming off a surprising season that saw Offensive Rookie of the Year CJ Stroud lead the team to an AFC South crown and their first playoff win since 2019.

Now armed with $70 million in cap space, Houston is perfectly situated to keep building on this strong foundation it has established.

One immediate area of need is in the backfield, where Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 is reporting the team, and running back Devin Singletary have mutual interest in a reunion this offseason.

The Texans are expected to explore scenarios where they sign more than one running back, per sources, perhaps rather than spend money on just one free agent…

Singletary is fresh off a career-high 898 yards and four touchdowns in his first season with the Texans and continues to be one of the most reliable backs in the NFL, missing only one game in the past four years.

Dameon Pierce is currently the only other proven running back on the roster, so the position is an obvious priority for the Texans this offseason.

It’s also impossible to ignore the other name Wilson mentioned in this tweet, and that’s Saquon Barkley.

Given the well-documented tumultuous nature of the running back market over the past few years, it likely won’t take an outlandish sum of money to pry Barkley away from New York.

If Barkley has already circled the Texans as his top choice and is communicating with Stroud, expectations are going to be elevated immediately and winding up with Singletary as the lead back once again will feel like settling.

This is certainly a situation to monitor, as a Singletary reunion would be a welcome sight for the Texans, but it’s tough to not wonder about what Barkley would look like in this young and explosive offense.

 

 

 

 

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