Haason Reddick Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Philadelphia Eagles

Haason Reddick
Haason Reddick

Haason Reddick Biography

Haason Samir Reddick is a famous American football player who is presently playing in the National Football League (NFL) as a linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles. Haason was a college football player at Temple, and in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, he was selected by the Arizona Cardinals. Furthermore, Haason has played for the Carolina Panthers.

Haason Reddick Age

Haason Reddick was born on September 22, 1994, in Camden, New Jersey, United States, and presently Reddick is 29 years of age.

Haason Reddick Height

Reddick stands at an approximate stature of 6 feet 1 inches (1.85 m).

Haason Reddick Family

He was born and nurtured in Camden, New Jersey, United States by his loving and protective parents Raelakia Reddick and Raymond Matthew. Haason was brought up together with his two amazing younger brothers Cinque Matthew and Camaj. Haason is 16 years older than Cinque and 14 years older than Camaj.

Haason Reddick Wife

Haason is assumed to be single though he has not disclosed any information about his marital status in the public eye therefore these details will be updated as soon as Reddick does.

Haason Reddick Education

Reddick schooled at Haddon Heights High School based in Haddon Heights, New Jersey. Haason played for the Garnets high school football team as a running back and safety. Due to a fractured femur, Reddick played in just four games his senior season.

Haason Reddick Salary

Haason will receive an annual salary of $14,250,000 in 2024.

Haason Reddick’s Net Worth

Reddick has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.

Haason Reddick Career

In 2012 Haason joined the Temple University football team as a walk-on. In his freshman year, Haason played as a safety and running back. Haason redshirted for the 2012 season and in 2013 he saw his first game action. After Haason recorded 65 tackles and 10.5 sacks as a defensive end, he was named First-team All-American Athletic Conference in 2016 as a senior.

It was disclosed on November 14, 2016, that Haason had agreed to his invitation to play in the 2017 Senior Bowl. During the Senior Bowl, Reddick was moved to inside linebacker and after excelling in practice he impressed team representatives and scouts. Haason’s Senior Bowl performance extremely upgraded his draft stock and made him one of the rapid risers through the draft process, going to a top 20 prospect from an obscure potential top 100 prospect.

As a defensive end, Haason attained an invitation to the NFL Scouting Combine and finished all the required drills. NFL media analyst Mike Mayock ranked him as the second-best linebacker, NFLDraftScout.com ranked him as the best outside linebacker, Sports Illustrated ranked him as the second-best linebacker, ESPN ranked Haason the best linebacker prospect in the draft, and NFL draft experts and analysts projected Reddick to be a first-round pick.

In the first round (13th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft the Arizona Cardinals drafted Reddick. In 2017 Haason was the first linebacker drafted and one of three Temple players, together with Nate Hairston and Dion Dawkins. Haason exceeded Paul Palmer to become Temple’s second-highest draft pick in history, being behind John Rienstra, who was selected with the ninth overall pick in the 1986 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Haason signed a fully guaranteed $13.4 million contract (duration four), with a confirmed $7.94 Million signing bonus with the Arizona Cardinals on June 8, 2017. Haason competed against Zaviar Gooden, Deone Bucannon, and Karlos Dansby for a job as the starting inside linebacker throughout training camp. After Bucannon suffered an ankle injury and missed a bulk of training camp, Haason played the hybrid inside linebacker position.

Reddick was named the backup “money” linebacker behind Bucannon by head coach Bruce Arians. Haason played in 16 games with 12 starts, completing third on the team with 80 tackles in 2018. The Cardinals declined the fifth-year option on Reddick’s contract on May 3, 2020, and in 2021 they made him a free agent.    

Haason recorded two sacks on Andy Dalton during the 38–10 win on Monday Night Football in Week 6 against the Dallas Cowboys. During the 26–7 win Reddick recorded 3 forced fumbles and five sacks in Week 14 against the New York Giants. Due to his performance in Week 14, he was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week. Haason recorded 1.5 sacks on C. J. Beathard in Week 16 against the 49ers, such as a strip sack that was recovered during the 20–12 loss by the Cardinals.

Haason signed a one-year contract with the Carolina Panthers on March 18, 2021, rejoining him with head coach Matt Rhule, who coached him at Temple. Haason signed a three-year, $45 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles on March 16, 2022. Haason recorded 1.5 sacks such as a forced fumble in the 24–8 win in Week 3 against the Washington Commanders. In the 29–21 win over the Jaguars the very next week, Haason forced two sack-fumbles on Trevor Lawrence, acquiring NFC Defensive Player of the Week.

Reddick forced a key fumble by 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy and recorded 2 sacks during the 2022 NFC Championship Game. In the process of the strip sack, Purdy’s throwing arm was injured, causing his inability to throw the ball successfully; this in the end contributed to the Eagles’ 31–7 victory over the 49ers. The Eagles reached Super Bowl LVII and Haason was limited to one tackle in the Eagles 38–35 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. Haason provided vocals on the Christmas album A Philly Special Christmas in 2022.

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