Bizarre Situation at Buffalo Bills Minicamp
The next three days are the final three workout days for the Buffalo Bills' off-season program. After Thursday, the Bills won't have to report until the first day of training camp at St. John Fisher University.
The Bills' expectations will be Super Bowl or bust in 2023, which has been the case since the Bills exploded into one of the best teams in the NFL back in 2020.
However, nobody on social media or in the media in general is talking about anything other than Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs' absence from the first day at minicamp.
Head coach Sean McDermott said that Diggs was the only player not present for the first day. McDermott added that he was "very concerned" about Diggs not being there.
Adam Benigni and Vic Carucci reported that Diggs did take pre-minicamp medical tests on Monday, but was not there for the first day of camp.
Then, Diggs' agent said that he was in Buffalo yesterday, took his physical and met with McDermott and GM Brandon Beane.
Bakari adds that his client will be there for the "entirety of minicamp."
McDermott confirmed Diggs wasn't there, however, on Tuesday. He wasn't on the practice field. This statement isn't really accurate, since Diggs was not there for the "entirety." Unless there is a major miscommunication going on.
Diggs recently signed a contract extension. We know it isn't money based (and his dead cap hit makes it un-tradable right now). We know it isn't because the Bills aren't a good team. Something doesn't add up here...