Jets Bolster Defensive Front with Massive Trade

The New York Jets made a massive addition along the defensive line.

Head coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas at practice during Jet Fan Fest that took
Head coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas at practice during Jet Fan Fest that took / Chris Pedota, NorthJersey.com / USA
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The New York Jets have been active throughout the offseason to better their chances of making the playoffs in 2024. They have signed Tyron Smith and Mike Williams to improve their lackluster offense but they didn't stop there.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the New York Jets are acquiring Haason Reddick from the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a conditional 2026 third-round pick that could go up to a second-rounder.

Jets News: New York Acquires Haason Reddick From the Philadelphia Eagles

This move comes a few weeks after Bryce Huff signed with the Eagles in free agency. With a hole along the defensive line, GM Joe Douglas decided to fill that void with a productive veteran.

Reddick is one of the best speed rushers in the league. The former Temple product has a great get-off with a variety of moves to get past blockers.

The 29-year-old has recorded 58 sacks in his career, including four straight seasons with double-digit sacks.

Reddick now joins a talented defensive line that features Quinnen Williams, Jermaine Johnson, John Franklin-Myers, and Will McDonald.

In a must-win season, these are the moves needed to help take your team over the top.

The Jets believe they have a championship roster and have made a few tweaks in the offseason. With Aaron Rodgers returning, they should make the playoffs and could be a dark horse. FanDuel Sportsbook has New York listed at +3000 to win Super Bowl LIX. Head over to FanDuel to take advantage of their sign-up bonus of $150 when you make a winning wager of $5.

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