Brandon Beane, Sean McDermott

Eyes have been on the Buffalo Bills No. 1 wide receiver Stefon Diggs’ every move since his fourth-quarter outburst toward quarterback Josh Allen during the team’s 27-10 playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals and his dramatic early exit from the locker room after the game.

Earlier this week, Diggs caused a stir by removing all his front-facing Bills photos from Instagram, despite the fact that he regularly cleans out his page after the season ends. Around this time last year, he deleted every single photo from the social media app.

The 29-year-old kept messing with fans’ heads on Wednesday, March 8, sending out a series of cryptic messages on Twitter. “Don’t take things personal from people you don’t know personally,” Diggs tweeted, before adding, “It’s just business, don’t take it personally” and lastly, “That’s what they say at least…”

Much easier tweeted than done, but also not wrong

— Thad Brown (@thadbrown7) March 8, 2023

Ironic seeing the people taking this tweet personal in the replies

— Anthony Cover 1 (@Pro__Ant) March 8, 2023

Diggs’ tweets may not even be football related, but the mere idea of losing him causes anxiety for much of Bills Mafia. One fan responded, “City of Buffalo eat, sleeps, and breaths Bills football. It’s always personal with us. Just hope you wanna be here and win a Super Bowl.. if not good luck somewhere else bro. Can’t have players here who don’t wanna be here if that is the case,” while others are over the drama. “This is getting old,” one man tweeted.

While the veteran’s younger brother, Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs, is publicly pushing for the Bills superstar to come to play alongside him in Dallas, his $96 million contract extension has Diggs locked in. Aside from him being Allen’s most reliable receiver, the Bills have tens of millions of reasons to keep Diggs in Buffalo.

Pro Football Talk‘s Mike Florio reported that Buffalo would get hit with a $34.775 million cap charge if they traded the Diggs before June 1. Even if Buffalo waited a bit, Cover 1 podcast hosts tweeted that cutting him after June 1 would incur a $12 million cap charge for the Bills and an …read more



Bills WR Stefon Diggs’ Cryptic Tweets Turns Heads: ‘It’s Just Business’

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