ESPN talk show host Stephen A. Smith made waves on the Internet on Monday when he said that Buffalo Bills receiver Stefon Diggs was unhappy in Buffalo and wants out.
“Brother wants out, I’m just telling you what I know,” Smith said. “He don’t want to be in Buffalo anymore. I have my sources. Stefon Diggs has got to be there but he’d prefer to be gone because he’s lost a level of belief in the Buffalo Bills.”
Diggs took to Twitter to respond directly to Smith, stating, “100% not true,” Diggs tweeted. “I don’t know who the source is but I thought (I’d) nip this (sh) in the bud already.”
The 29-year-old then posted another message on the social media platform, expressing his love for the Bills.
“Rocking wit my dawgs… Bills mafia through and through!!!” said Diggs on X.
The rumors are not stopping because Diggs and his agent have reportedly proposed to GM Brandon Beane a list of three teams he would like to play for in 2023.
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 to be excused from the first day of mandatory minicamp this past June, but was there for day two and has been fine ever since.
The eight-year veteran is entering his fourth season in Buffalo. Last year, he caught 108 passes for 1,429 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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