Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has received plenty of praise for key offseason additions that are already having an overwhelmingly positive impact on the team.

Though the A.J. Brown trade was the flashiest move the Eagles made, OLB Haason Reddick is making quite the name for himself on the defensive side of the ball.

Reddick was highly sought after this offseason as he was coming off back-to-back campaigns with double-digit sack numbers.

While he is already an established pass rusher — playing in his sixth season in the NFL — he has a chance to accomplish something new this year by being named to his first ever Pro Bowl.

Through his first four games in Philly, Reddick has recorded 3.5 sacks and a league-high three forced fumbles. Since 2020, nobody has been better at stripping the ball from opposing quarterbacks than Reddick.

To win in this league defenses must be able to blanket receivers and rush the passer. By adding Reddick this offseason, and CB Darius Slay last year, this Eagles defense can do both at a Super Bowl level.

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