Recent Eagles decisions that will pay off despite currently seeming disastrous

Here's some encouragement after hearing some of the offseason Eagles storylines that may have you worried.

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How did Philly ever allow Haason Reddick's contract negotiations to reach THIS level?

When the Philadelphia Eagles signed Haason Reddick to a three-year, $45 million deal on March 16th of 2022, most felt they were getting him at a discounted price tag. They were, so, to make long stories shorter, it wasn't long before he overdelivered on his end.

That's how we ended up with Haason wanting more money, questions about whether or not Philly wanted to pay him, and the current scenario, the Eagles organization allowing him to field offers from other partners. We subscribe to the theory it would be unwise to let him walk though.

Fear not! This will work out. We have no data to base that on. We're working strictly off of a hunch. We're cool with that though because of things we have seen recently.

Now, that doesn't mean that we're guaranteed that Haason will be an Eagles past this season. Still, even though the chances are high that he'll find a suitor, at least things are peaceful.

And, you know what? Like Darius Slay last season and Fletcher Cox before him, we believe Reddick will stay in the Midnight Green as the two sides find some common ground. This one, we feel, will have a very happy ending.