ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -The Buffalo Bills acquired three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Marcus Stroud in a trade with Jacksonville.
The deal was announced by the Bills at a press conference on Saturday.
It was not immediately clear what the Bills gave up in exchange for Stroud, a seven-year veteran who had the Jaguars' permission to seek a trade.
The move was completed after the Bills began revamping their porous defense on Friday, the first day of NFL free agency. Buffalo signed linebacker Kawika Mitchell and released veteran defensive tackle Larry Tripplett.
In another move Saturday, the Bills signed former Minnesota defensive tackle Spencer Johnson to a five-year contract.

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