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Haason Reddick's attendance for mandatory minicamp looms for Jets - ESPN

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — A look at what's happening around the New York Jets:

1.Trouble brewing? The team's mandatory minicamp begins Tuesday, and the big question is whether edge rusher Haason Reddick will show up after skipping the voluntary portion of the offseason — a two-month absence that cost him a $250,000 workout bonus.

If Reddick blows off minicamp, shortened from three days to two, it will result in more than $50,000 in fines. Money aside, it would escalate the situation. Right now, it's mostly smoke. If he no-shows, it'll spark some fire. Coach Robert Saleh said he expects Reddick to attend, but he also said he's had no communication with the two-time Pro Bowl selection.

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From all indications, Reddick — acquired in a March 29 trade — wants a new contract. He's due to make $14.25 million in base pay in the final year of his deal. It's easy to see why he'd want a nice raise. He's fourth in sacks (50.5) over the past four seasons and has no guaranteed money left on the contract he signed with the Philadelphia Eagles.

At the same time, it would be out of character for general manager Joe Douglas to extend or sweeten the contract, considering his history with players 30 and older (Reddick turns 30 on Sept. 22).

Since becoming the general manager in 2019, Douglas has extended only one veteran in that age group — tight end Ryan Griffin, who received a three-year, $9.6 million extension in 2019. Griffin was a marginal player at the time of the deal, and he remained a marginal player until he was cut.