3 massive questions remaining for Eagles during the 2024 offseason

The new league year looms, and the Eagles have a lot of questions that still need answers.

Haason Reddick, Philadelphia Eagles
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Will the Eagles trade Haason Reddick?

Since the season ended, there has been consistent speculation that the Eagles could look to trade edge rusher Haason Reddick. At the least, the Eagles are letting Reddick test the waters in order to gauge his external value.

Eagles general manager Howie Roseman spoke about Reddick's Philadelphia future at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis last month, and was kind of vague regarding the team's plan

“I’d say this: Haason, obviously, an unbelievable player for the Philadelphia Eagles,” Roseman said. “Local kid, great success story. Camden, Temple, Philly. Love having Haason.

“I think that anything you’re trying to do, you’re trying to blend what you’re trying to do this year and what you’re trying to do in the future," he added. "I think that’s the hardest job. Don’t want to get into any specifics with any conversations with players but have tremendous respect for the player and person.”

Unsurprisingly, several teams have reportedly already expressed interest in acquiring Reddick. That's what happens when you compile double-digit sacks in four consecutive seasons with three different teams.

Obviously, the Eagles will listen to any outside offers for Reddick, as they could possibly receive an attractive package of picks in return in a potential deal. And as Roseman stated, the team has to balance remaining competitive in the present while setting themselves up well for the future.

However, Reddick has been an integral part of Philadelphia's defense for the past two seasons, and he would definitely be missed if the Eagles moved on.