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Former Jets edge rusher Bryce Huff signing three-year deal with Eagles

Pass rushers always seem to be paid a premium in the NFL, and Jets edge rusher Bryce Huff saw his market develop fast, landing a three-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles.

SNY NFL Insider Connor Hughes confirms that Huff is signing a three-year, $51.1 million deal with the Eagles.

Hughes previously reported that both the Giants and Eagles were linked to Huff, though a return to the Jets wasn't "out of the question."

After news of the signing broke, Huff took a moment to thank Jets fans for all of their support, from the day he was brought in as an undrafted free agent until now:

It’s easy to see why teams like the Eagles are keen on adding a player like Huff.

At just 25 years old, Huff has increased his sack production in each of his seasons, taking a huge jump from 3.5 in 2022 to 10.0 this past season.

The interesting thing about Huff is that he played in just 42 percent of the Jets’ defensive snaps, as he was used solely in pass-rushing situations. Now on a big-money deal with the Eagles, Huff will have to prove himself as more of an every-down player.