The Buffalo Bills are officially halfway through their three-day minicamp.

The players are wrapping up the second day of practice at One Bills Drive, and they had someone on the field who was not there on Tuesday.

Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs was back on the practice field for the Bills. It's the first time he has been on the field for the Bills in any capacity, since the AFC Divisional round loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in January.

Diggs and the Bills were the talk of the media and social media on Tuesday, as the pro bowl wide receiver was not present for the first day of practice, even though he was at the facilities on Monday and was even in the building early on Tuesday morning.

There is still no given reason for why Diggs left before the first mandatory minicamp practice took place. Bills quarterback Josh Allen indicated that there were some "internal" things that they had to work through.

Again, we don't know what is happening, whether it's a rift between Diggs and Allen, the coaching staff or in general. What we do know is that it has become a distraction. It's taken the spotlight away from the work being done on the field, at least through the media and fans' eyes, even if it hasn't distracted the Bills players and coaches.

The Bills will have one more day of minicamp on Thursday. After that it's vacation time, before training camp begins in late July at St. John Fisher University.

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