Deal: Bills hidden Contract with Packers is revealed…

Buffalo Bills agree to terms to acquire CB Rasul Douglas from Green Bay Packers.

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The Bills have agreed to terms to acquire Packers cornerback Rasul Douglas via a trade.

Buffalo is sending a 2024 3rd-round pick to Green Bay in exchange for Douglas and a 2024 5th-round pick.

At 6-foot-2, 209 pounds, Douglas is a physical and big-bodied defensive back with experience playing on the perimeter and in the slot. After getting signed by Green Bay in 2021, Douglas has recorded 10 interceptions, 32 pass breakups and 174 tackles.

Through seven games with the Packers this season, Douglas has one interception, six passes defended and 32 total tackles. Pro Football Focus grades Douglas as the 21st-best CB this season (75.2 grade).

Since 2021, Douglas has six INTs in the 4th quarter or OT, which ranks as the most among active cornerbacks in the NFL. Douglas has two pick-6’s in his career: one against Bears QB Justin Fields and the other against Rams QB Matthew Stafford while covering WR Cooper Kupp.

The move bolsters the Bills’ cornerback group which now consists of Rasul Douglas, Christian Benford, Dane Jackson, Taron Johnson, Cam Lewis, Siran Neal, Kaiir Elam, and Josh Norman (practice squad).

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The Green Bay Packers beat the Los Angeles Chargers on Jordan Love’s late touchdown pass. Here’s how the victory impacted the Packers in the draft and playoff races.

GREEN BAY, Wis. – After beating the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, the Green Bay Packers are as close to a spot in the 2023 NFC playoffs as a top-five pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Here is how Sunday’s outcomes impacted the Packers in both races.

Packers in 2024 NFL Draft Order.

With their second consecutive home victory, the Packers improved their record to 4-6 but dropped from No. 6 to No. 9. With seven teams with four wins, the draft standings are incredibly fluid.

The good news: The New York Giants shocked the Washington Commanders. The Giants are 3-8 and moved from No. 4 to No. 5. They’ll host the Packers next month. The Los Angeles Rams (vs. Seattle) and Denver Broncos (vs. Minnesota) scored victories. They were seventh and ninth, respectively, at this time last week.

The bad news: It’s not just that the Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears lost, it’s how they lost.

The Bears (3-8) were rolling 26-14 at Detroit on Cairo Santos’ field goal with 4:15 to go. The Lions scored two touchdowns and a safety in the next 4 minutes to win. The Bears moved from fifth to fourth. The Cardinals (2-9) got into Texans’ territory three times in the fourth quarter but couldn’t punch it into the end zone. They remain second.

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