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Texans win Stefon Diggs trade, but Bills have options; UConn’s Final Four travel woes

Texans win Stefon Diggs trade, but Bills have options; UConn's Final Four travel woes

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The Texans have spent all offseason loading up. The Bills have spent all offseason unloading. On Wednesday, they became trade partners: Buffalo sent Stefon Diggs and a pair of late-round picks to Houston for a 2025 second-round selection.

Diggs, 30, had grown increasingly disgruntled, with cryptic tweets and quotes this offseason after a quiet close to the 2023 campaign. He had 834 yards receiving and seven touchdowns through the first nine games last season, but just 349 yards and one score in eight regular-season games thereafter. He had 73 yards combined in two postseason games, including just 21 in the season-ending loss to the Chiefs.

But Diggs also has 1,000+ yards receiving in six straight seasons and 100+ receptions in four straight. He’s a legitimate No. 1 receiver, and Houston’s receiving corps might just be one of the league’s best. It’s a unit that includes Diggs, 2023 breakout Nico Collins and 2023 rookie Tank Dell, who had 709 yards in just 11 games.

Moreover, the Diggs addition continues an outstanding offseason for the Texans. Here are their other major moves:

  • Signed Danielle Hunter and Denico Autry on the defensive line
  • Signed linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair
  • Re-signed Dalton Schultz

I love it. The Texans have a superstar (and I don’t use that word lightly) quarterback on a rookie deal in C.J. Stroud and are doing exactly what they should be with the money they’re saving: getting star talent around him. Tyler…

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