Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs can’t catch a break on social media, which is why he deleted his Twitter account in the first place.
It’s been a rough stretch of training camps for Trevon, who’s gone viral for all the wrong reasons this offseason. From joint sessions to Cowboys-only practices, Diggs has repeatedly been burned on the field.
However, the Dallas Cowboys cornerback has been voted as the No. 23 player in the NFL on the “Top 100 Players of 2022” rankings.
That was a decision that ignited social media.
In 2021, Diggs earned first-team All-Pro recognition in his second pro season by intercepting 11 passes, the most by an NFL player since 1981, when Cowboys cornerback Everson Walls also had 11 interceptions.
Despite recording double-digit interceptions (11) and being named an NFC Pro-Bowl pick in 2021, the CB struggled with surrendering big gains to opposing receivers in between his takeaways.