Hassan Reddick comments on his Ever-Improving Eagles team

A typical view of the Philadelphia Eagles' helmet during a pre-season game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Lincoln Financial Field on August 12, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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The Philadelphia Eagles are not satisfied with just making last season’s playoffs.

They finished ninth in the NFC post-season with a 9-8 record and have won three of their last four games.

This year, they want to be a legitimate competitor and have shown it with their offseason rice.

Philadelphia linebacker Kizi White and wide receiver Jack Pascal have been offered a one-year, 5 million deal.

They also traded for Pro Bowl Wideout AJ Brown and gave him a four-year, $ 100 million contract.

The Eagles also bought cornerback James Bradbury on a one-year, $ 10 million deal.

Jordan Davis, Cam Jurgens and Nakobe Dean will be their top rookies in 2022.

Combining these players with Jalen Hurts, Miles Sanders, DeVonta Smith, Javon Hargrave, and Darius Slay gives a strong list of Eagles.

It’s a fact that Hassan Reddick also tweeted, “We’re just getting better at #FlyEaglesFly.”

Reddick was also brought to Eagles on a three-year, $ 45 million contract.

Last season, he played for the Carolina Panthers and tackled 11 sacks and 68 totals.

A year ago, he qualified for the Arizona Cardinal and finished with 12.5 sacks and 62 tackles.

He will help upgrade the Eagles Pass Rush which produced only 29 sacks, second-worst in 2021.

The Eagles have shots to win the NFC East

The Dallas Cowboys have something to say with that claim, but the Eagles have a list that should win the playoffs at the top seed.

Dallas still has CD Lamb but lost Amari Cooper and Cedric Wilson in their receiving corps.

The effects of this departure have not yet been seen, but Philadelphia has made more dynamic rotations with Smith, Brown and Quiz Watkins.

This advantage alone can get the Eagles above the Cowboys for the division title.

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