Trevon Diggs wrote on Twitter Saturday that he’d love to play with his brother, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs.
“Ive always wanted to play on the same team as my brother.” Trevon wrote in a Tweet.
The Dallas Cowboys cornerback started a wildfire of comments with his tweet, so he quickly changed it up when he added that he would be in favor of Diggs making his way to the Cowboys.
“14 to dallas would be (fire emoji),” Trevon wrote in a further Tweet.
The Cowboys shipped Amari Cooper, a four-time Pro Bowler, to the Browns in exchange for a fifth-round pick and a sixth-round pick swap in the 2022 NFL Draft. Diggs has two years left on a five-year extension worth $72 million. He is under contract through 2023.
Diggs was traded to the Buffalo Bills, and he’s done nothing but crush the competition ever since with 230 catches, 2,760 receiving yards, and 18 touchdowns.
Trevon was named a first-team All-Pro and earned his first career Pro Bowl selection in 2021 after he led the NFL in interceptions with 11, which tied Dallas’ record for interceptions in a single season.
Perhaps Stefon and Trevon will play on the same team one day, but it’s highly unlikely it’s going to happen anytime soon.