TRADE: Texans Acquire Stefon Diggs from Bills

The Houston Texans have made a big splash, as they have acquired Stefon Diggs, a 2024 sixth-round pick, and a 2025 fifth-round pick from the Buffalo Bills in exchange for a 2025 second-round pick. 

Diggs, 30, was a big name in the rumor mill all offseason, and now we know which team is officially landing him. This is a notable addition for the Texans, as they needed a high-impact wide receiver, and now they have landed one in Diggs. 

This marks the end of Diggs' strong four-year stint with the Bills. Over that span, he was a Pro Bowler in each season and a very important part of their roster. Now, he will be looking to replicate that kind of success with the Texans from here.

Diggs appeared in 17 games during this past season with the Bills, where he had eight touchdowns, 107 receptions, and 1,183 receiving yards. 

The Texans have been looking to build a strong roster around quarterback C.J. Stroud, and they certainly are doing so by bringing in Diggs. 

In 136 career NFL games, Diggs has 67 touchdowns, 810 receptions, and 9,995 receiving yards. Let's see how he builds on these career stats as a member of the Texans from here.

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