A star wide receiver could unexpectedly want a new home this off-season. The 2022 off-season saw two star wide receivers wind up on new teams. Davante Adams (Raiders) and Tyreek Hill (Dolphins) were both traded in the midst of looking for a massive contract. This off-season could see Sefon Diggs get moved as well.
Stefon Diggs Disassociates Himself With Buffalo Bils
Many fans can’t help but wonder if Buffalo Bills star Stefon Diggs could headline a massive trade this off-season. Diggs posted a rather cryptic tweet Wednesday morning, which unsurprisingly, got NFL Twitter buzzing.
“It’s just business, don’t take it personal,” Diggs tweeted.
He followed it up 10 minutes later by adding: “That’s what they say at least.”
Fans (mostly Buffalo Bills fans) took those tweets as a sign that a “business decision” may be made by either the Bills or Diggs himself. Diggs’ tweet Wednesday morning came after it was pointed out that the three-time Pro Bowler unfollowed the Bills on Instagram. Multiple Twitter users even went as far as to highlight that Diggs still follows the Dallas Cowboys, the team that his younger brother, Trevon Diggs, represents. Both Diggs brothers have acknowledged they would like to play for the same team before their respective careers are over.
The 29-year-old star wide receiver is coming off a season in which he caught 108 passes for 1,429 yards and a career-high 11 touchdowns. He has maintained the fact that he is a top 10 (possibly top 5) wide receiver in the NFL. Stefon Diggs is under contract in Buffalo through the 2027 season. He was traded to the Bills prior to the 2020 campaign and has gone on to form a dynamite connection with quarterback Josh Allen. Diggs was a First Team All-Pro in his first year in Buffalo.
If Stefon Diggs were ever to hit the trade block, it would likely take multiple first round picks (to start) to convince the Bills to part ways with him. They would also be taking on his massive contract. For now, it is just speculation, but it is certainly something to keep an eye on as free-agency is set to start on March 15th.
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