The Dallas Cowboys need to add playmakers this offseason, and Buffalo Bills star receiver Stefon Diggs is sure to generate plenty of interest from NFL teams if the franchise were to make him available in trade talks. Former Cowboys scout Bryan Broaddus floated an interesting trade idea that has the Cowboys trading the No. 26 pick to the Bills for Diggs.

“Do you give up the No. 26 pick overall for a chance to go get a veteran receiver like that [Diggs]?” Broaddus pondered during a January 25 edition of the “Love of the Star” podcast. “The Cowboys have proven in the past that they’re willing to go and give up a premium asset to go get a wide receiver. Is the Diggs thing so much so where you’re like, wow, having CeeDee, having Diggs [is worth it]?

To be clear, there are no signs that the Bills are looking to trade Diggs, but there has been added scrutiny after the wideout went viral for yelling at star quarterback Josh Allen on the sideline during the team’s playoff loss to the Bengals. It would seem that Buffalo would be looking to get Allen more help rather than trading away his top receiver, unless there is legitimate friction between the duo.

Buffalo is in a bit of a salary cap bind with the team projected to be nearly $16 million over heading into the offseason, per Spotrac. If the Bills begin to shop Diggs, the team would likely be looking for more in return than just one first-round pick given the playmaker is among the top NFL receivers.

Stefon Diggs Has Had 5 Straights Seasons Topping 1,000 Yards


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— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 16, 2020

From a Cowboys perspective, this would likely be a no-brainer as Diggs is a legitimate WR1 in his own right. Instead of the discussion being about finding a second or third receiver, the Cowboys would have two legitimate top options with Diggs alongside CeeDee Lamb. Dallas could address the receiver position in the draft, but rookies can be hard to count on for immediate help as the team found this season with Jalen Tolbert.

Diggs has had five straight seasons with more than 1,000 yards including posting 108 receptions for 1,429 yards and 11 touchdowns in …read more



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