Former Mountaineer and 7-year NFL veteran, Rasul Douglas, has been traded to the Buffalo Bills from the Green Bay Packers, according to Ian Rapoport.
Douglas, 28, started his career with the Philadelphia Eagles after being a third-round pick in 2017. He has since played for the Panthers and Packers.
Struggling in the season, the Packers(2-5) were able to send Douglas and a fifth-round pick to Buffalo in exchange for a third-round pick with the trade deadline coming to a close.
Buffalo will look for Douglas to help bolster their secondary as a speedy corner. Douglas has 32 tackles, 6 passes defended and an interception on the season so far. He has 15 interceptions in his career.
Douglas played at West Virginia from 2015-2016. He had an impressive eight interceptions in the 2016 season with the Mountaineers.
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