LAS VEGAS, Nevada (WKBN) – The Las Vegas Raiders have traded valley native Lynn Bowden to the Miami Dolphins.
Bowden was selected by the Raiders in the third round, 80th overall in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Bowden heads to Miami along with a future sixth-round draft pick. Las Vegas receives a 4th rounder.
Ian Rapaport was the first to report the news.
He signed a four-year contract that is projected to be worth around $4.7 million with a signing bonus around $1 million based on his draft slot.
Bowden won the 2019 Paul Hornung Award, which goes to college football’s most versatile player. He was a First-Team All-American selection.
Curt Kuntz, the former head football coach at Struthers, is now an assistant coach with the Dolphins.