The Buffalo Bills went into the 2020 off-season among the teams with the most salary cap room and a few needs to improve on a playoff team from last year.

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One of, if not, the biggest need was a number one receiver for quarterback Josh Allen and on Monday night, the Bills got their guy.

According to ESPN's Adam Shefter, the Bills traded for star wide receiver Stefon Diggs from the Minnesota Vikings.

The Bills gave up their 2020 1st-round pick, along with their 5th and 6th-round selections, as well as a 4th-round pick in 2021. The Vikings also gave Buffalo their 2020 7th-round pick with Diggs.

Diggs has spent the first four years of his career with the Vikings, tallying 302 catches and 24 touchdowns.

Trade rumors have been swirling around him for months now and the Bills were one of the teams said to be interested.

The Bills actually made two more moves on Monday night. They signed former New Orleans Saints linebacker, A.J. Klein and former Carolina Panthers defensive end Mario Addison.

Let's go Buffalo!

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