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What does the Stefon Diggs trade mean for Bills and Texans? - ESPN

Acquiring wide receiver Stefon Diggs from the Buffalo Bills is just the latest move by the Houston Texans to bolster a roster that lost in the divisional round of the playoffs last season.

The Texans acquired the four-time Pro Bowler for draft-pick compensation, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Wednesday, and it marks another move for the organization that has already spent the most guaranteed money this offseason.

Diggs' time in Buffalo comes to an end for a franchise that had Super Bowl aspirations but peaked in the AFC Championship Game. The Bills have had to make some tough decisions this offseason while trying to remain cap compliant. The exit of Diggs is the latest — marking the end of a fruitful, yet rocky relationship for him with quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills.

The Bills are retooling while trying to keep a championship window open with 27-year-old Allen leading the charge.

The Texans are surrounding reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year C.J. Stroud with playmakers, having also acquired running back Joe Mixon this offseason. The franchise, which entered the league in 2002, has never advanced past the divisional round of the playoffs.

So what does it all mean for the Texans and Bills? Our panel of reporters and analysts answers the biggest questions surrounding the trade:

The wide receiver room looks like it is lacking a No. 1 option. Of the five wide receivers who caught a pass for the Bills in 2023, only one remains: Khalil Shakir. Buffalo acquired Curtis Samuel in free agency this offseason, but there's no doubt the room is lacking a No. 1 receiver and arguably a No. 2 — Davis signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars in free agency — with Samuel more of a versatile player who can be used all over the