M. Stroud Traded to Bills
The Jacksonville Jaguars have traded defensive tackle Marcus Stroud to the Buffalo Bills for third- and fifth-round draft choices.
The trade market continues to be dominated by defensive tackles. The Green Bay Packers traded Corey Williams to the Cleveland Browns for a second-round pick. The Carolina Panthers traded Kris Jenkins to the New York Jets for third- and fifth-rounders. The Dallas Cowboys traded Jason Ferguson to the Miami Dolphins for an exchange of sixth-round selections this year and a sixth-rounder next year. The Detroit Lions sent Shaun Rogers to the Browns for a third-round choice and cornerback Leigh Bodden after having a proposed deal with the Cincinnati Bengals for third- and fifth-rounders fall through.
The Bills cleared the way for Stroud's arrival by releasing defensive tackle Larry Tripplett. Stroud's arrival further bolsters a Buffalo defense already strengthened by Friday's signing of free agent linebacker Kawika Mitchell.
By Mark Maske |
March 1, 2008; 5:00 PM ET
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