We have a trade!

​The Buffalo Bills have dealt backup offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse to the Carolina Panthers, according to reports.

The Panthers, who have been plagued by offensive line injuries, get a seasoned veteran in Newhouse who can step in immediately and start.

Panthers starting right tackle ​Daryl Williams tore his MCL during training camp, starting guard Amini Silatolu tore his meniscus, and ​Matt Kalil was put on Injured Reserve with knee problems, so it's safe to say that they can use all the help that they can get. 

Newhouse, who is entering his eighth season in the NFL, has appeared in 103 games, starting 70 of them. 

Newhouse has bounced around the league after getting drafted in the fifth round by the Green Bay Packers in 2010. He spent three years with the Packers, before landing with the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Bills and now the Panthers.

The return for Newhouse has not yet been announced, so stay tuned for updates.