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Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that the Bills have decided to trade wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Texans before June 1. In exchange, Buffalo will receive a 2025 second-round pick originally from Minnesota, while Houston will receive Diggs, a 2024 sixth-round pick and a 2025 fifth-round pick.

Diggs is currently signed through 2027 and has been with the Vikings for his first five seasons before joining the Bills in 2020. He had an impressive first season in Buffalo, leading the league in catches (127) and yards (1535). Despite slightly decreasing production in 2023, Diggs still achieved over 100 catches (107) and 1,000 yards (1,183) for the fourth year in a row. He has surpassed 1,000 receiving yards for six consecutive seasons.

The Bills will face a $31 million dead cap charge in 2024 by trading Diggs before June 1. The decision was made to part ways with him as another weapon for second-year quarterback C.J. Stroud. Throughout his career, Diggs has recorded an impressive total of 810 receptions for 9,995 yards and 67 touchdowns over his first eight seasons with the Vikings and Bills combined.

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