Bills Trade Stefon Diggs to Texans, Overhauling Receiver Corps

In a stunning move, the Buffalo Bills have traded star wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans. The deal, reported by NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, sees Diggs heading to Houston along with a 2024 sixth-rounder and a 2025 fifth-round pick in exchange for a second-round selection in 2025. This marks Diggs’ second trade in his career after joining the Bills in 2020 from the Minnesota Vikings.

Diggs, known for his explosiveness and consistency, leaves behind a significant legacy in Buffalo, where he surpassed the 1,100-yard receiving mark in each of his four seasons. His departure signals a major shift for the Bills, who are seemingly eager to revamp their roster this offseason.

For the Texans, acquiring Diggs is a significant coup, bolstering their receiving corps alongside Nico Collins and Tank Dell. With quarterback C.J. Stroud at the helm, the Texans now boast one of the most formidable receiver trios in the NFL.

The departure of Diggs leaves a void in Buffalo’s offense, with quarterback Josh Allen now tasked with finding new primary targets among a revamped receiving group. This move underscores the Bills’ commitment to reshaping their roster ahead of the 2024 season.

As the NFL offseason unfolds, all eyes will be on how both the Bills and the Texans adapt to these significant changes.

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