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Stefon Diggs Shares Cryptic Instagram Messages Amid Bills Situation

Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs was not present at the start of the team’s mandatory minicamp, and it had coach Sean McDermott and quarterback Josh Allen concerned about his status with the franchise.

Amid the uncertainty surrounding the star wideout, he posted a cryptic message on his Instagram story.

“I just be letting people cap. If them lies help you sleep better tell ’em big dawg.”

Could this be in response to something McDermott or Allen said? Potentially.

“[Stefon] is not here. Everybody else is here at the current time,” McDermott said on Tuesday. “We’re very concerned. Very concerned. I respect everyone’s questions, what everyone wants to know about our team, but I’m not going to get into it anymore.”

Allen made it known how important Diggs is to the Buffalo offense.

“I know internally, we are working on some things, not football-related,” he began. “[Stefon] is my guy. I f—ing love him. He’s a brother of mine. This does not work, what we’re doing here, without him.”

Since arriving in Buffalo three seasons ago, Diggs has caught 29 touchdowns from Allen, the most on the team over that span. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Tuesday afternoon that Diggs would be at minicamp after meeting with McDermott and the front office, but this is unlikely the end of this saga—whatever it may be.