July 23, 2024

Just in: ‘Unsure’ Stefon Diggs breaks silence on his Just future with the Bills after yet another heartbreaking playoff loss…

Josh Allen, the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, and his team were once again in danger of missing the postseason early. It happened after their devastating divisional round loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. In the thick of trade rumors, Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs speaks up about his future in Buffalo a few weeks after that defeat.

Diggs is playing in this weekend’s Pro Bowl games from Florida right now. During the yearly event, he was questioned about his future in the league. According to ESPN writer Stephen Holder, Diggs stated that while he was unsure of his future, he was prepared to go wherever it led.

I can’t tell you what the future holds, but I’m still being me. I’m ready to go no matter which way it goes. Stefon Diggs via ESPN

Furthermore, the reporter asked Diggs whether he was optimistic about his future in Buffalo. The 4-time All-Pro wide receiver didn’t commit to staying with the Bills. Diggs simply stated that he would take this off-season day by day.
I feel like I take it day by day. Obviously, there’s a lot of changes going on, a lot of things going on. I can’t really put the carriage before the horse, you know what I’m saying? But I got a great offseason in front of me to put a lot of work in and kind of build around what we got and what we’re doing. Stefon Diggs via ESPN
Diggs is a massive asset for the Buffalo-based football team. He is one of the main reasons for Allen’s success, and the Bills would do anything to keep him on their roster. However, it seems like Diggs is eyeing a trade to another team or simply having second thoughts about playing for the Bills in 2024.

Bills can’t afford to lose wide receiver Stefon Diggs

The former All-Pro wide receiver Stefon Diggs is one of the league’s best pass catchers. The Bills can’t afford to move on from him since they already have some needs to address in the off-season.

In 2023, Diggs registered his 4th consecutive Pro Bowl campaign and 6th consecutive season with 1000-plus receiving yards. His production took a dip from the previous year, but he still registered 1,183 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns.

The Bills already need to address the lack of star power in their pass-rushing unit and their offensive line. So, they can’t just let Diggs — who still has four years left in his contract — walk away and search for his replacement.

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