Stefon Diggs Responds to Report He Wants Out of Buffalo
The Buffalo Bills are just three weeks away from their week 1 game against the New York Jets on Monday Night Football.
There has been a mix of good and bad in the first two preseason games, with mostly bad this past Saturday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Bills lost 27-15.
The preseason scores do not matter and in the grand scheme of regular season success, the backups vs. backups aspect of preseason does not matter, but it's at least a little concerning from what we say from start to finish.
Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs had two catches and looked like his old self on the field this past Saturday, but on Monday, it's off-the-field news that has fans talking. It revolves around a report from one of ESPN's most famous television personalities.
Stephen A. Smith said this morning on ESPN that sources have told him that Diggs has already made up his mind, that he "wants out of Buffalo." Smith added that Diggs can't get out of it (referring to the contract), but wants out of Buffalo.
Smith is not an insider or field reporter, which has brought many fans on social media angry that he reported this. A few hours later, Diggs responded to Smith's claims he wants out of Buffalo.
Diggs said it's "100 percent not true." Diggs added that he doesn't know what "sources" that Smith has, but wanted to nip this in the bud as soon as possible.
Diggs said that he and the Bills are all good and on the same page after the first training camp practice. The storyline started heating up after Diggs want excused from the first day of mandatory minicamp this past June, but was there for day two and has been fine ever since.
As of now, we don't yet know which sources Smith was talking about...