Wide receiver Ryan Switzer was traded for the second time in less than five months, this time from the Oakland Raiders to the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to multiple reports on Monday.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the trade involved draft picks, but terms of the trade were not immediately released.
The Raiders acquired Switzer from Dallas during the 2018 NFL Draft. In Oakland, Switzer fell behind Griff Whalen and Seth Roberts in the slot receiver competition. Last season in Dallas, Switzer also returned kickoffs and punts. As a wide receiver, he caught six passes for 31 yards.