Bryce Huff's reported addition to the Eagles' roster could signal the end of Haason Reddick's era

Bryce Huff is reportedly set to become an Eagle, and as one era begins, it appears another is at its end.

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The first major move of the Philadelphia Eagles' offseason has been announced, sort of. Legal tampering is underway. NFL teams are allowed to agree in principle to deals with interested parties, but no one can sign anything until the new league year begins on March 13th. None of that will stop our party though.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Birds are signing Bryce Huff to a three-year, $51.1 million deal once free agency officially begins. Schefter also adds that the deal will make Huff the highest-paid former undrafted free agent in NFL history who doesn't play the quarterback position. That leads us to another theory.

The Eagles' addition of Bryce Huff is further evidence that Haason Reddick's time in Philadelphia may be ending.

Well.. We haven't talked to Haason Reddick, but something tells us that if he wasn't upset before now, he's definitely upset now. It certainly doesn't look like an extension from the Eagles organization is coming with Huff's deal now on the table, does it? The same can be said about Josh Sweat,

The latter was informed he is allowed to seek a trade partner over the weekend. There's a possibility that both could be off the roster by Week 1 of the regular season. We're all fans of both, right? We also understand this is a business. We'll see how things go as we continue through the offseason process.

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