The Buffalo Bills traded veteran offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse to the Carolina Panthers on Tuesday for a future conditional draft pick, the Bills announced.
Carolina cut tackle Corey Robinson to create room on the roster.
Newhouse, a TCU product, was a fifth-round pick by the Green Bay Packers in 2010. He played three seasons with the Packers, one with the Cincinnati Bengals, two with the New York Giants and one with the Oakland Raiders. Buffalo signed him to a one-year contract in March.
In three games this season, he played 14 snaps for the Bills. He has appeared in 103 games throughout his career, starting 70 of them.
The Carolina offensive line is banged up and in need of reinforcements.
Tackles Matt Kalil and Daryl Williams are on injured reserve, and guard Trai Turner has missed the last two games with a concussion.
–Field Level Media