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NFL Rumors: Cowboys in on Diggs, Lions Chase Young trade, Vikings dilemma


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Jan 22, 2023; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs (14) makes a catch while defended by Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt (29) during the first quarter of an AFC divisional round game at Highmark Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Rumors: Cowboys can trade for Stefon Diggs

There’s been some disconnect within the Buffalo Bills organization as to the whereabouts of star wide receiver Stefon Diggs. After head coach Sean McDermott was quoted saying he’s “very concerned” Diggs did not show up to the second day of voluntary OTAs, it turns out the wide receiver did everything required of him and will be participating after all.

Earlier this offseason, it became clear that Diggs wasn’t thrilled with the Bills postseason exit, struggling to understand how they lost to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional Round:

“It doesn’t make sense. I’ll rack my brain with this s**t at this point. I think it’s more execution than anything. S**t is small little pieces on why it’s not going right. We’ve got the players. We’ve got the plays. Why s**t ain’t coming together? That’s where you draw some of those questions. I never want to question who I am, I never want to question how I am. I’m giving this s**t everything I’ve got. I’m dying on the hill for that.”

If Diggs really is available, could a trade to the Dallas Cowboys be on the horizon?

The Cowboys already have CeeDee Lamb, Michael Gallup and Brandin Cooks in the wide receiver room. Adding Diggs to the mix would give Dallas one of the best core of skill-position players in the NFL.

Dak Prescott, for one, would be out of excuses for not taking the Cowboys to the Super Bowl, especially in the wide open NFC.

A trade for Diggs would be expensive, with Buffalo surely aiming for at least a second-round pick, if not more. He’s also expensive, and there’s no guarantee he would fit under the current cap structure on Dallas’ roster.