Stefon Diggs has become well-known across the NFL for having a strong personality.
It could have contributed to him leaving the Minnesota Vikings and caused some difficulties within the Buffalo Bills as well.
Throughout the offseason, talks have surfaced that Diggs is unhappy with the organization, particularly regarding his salary.
As Ajay Cbyulski has recently shared on Twitter, Diggs recently posted a strong message on Instagram.
“Some [people] threw dirt on my name while others have given flowers,” Diggs said.
Powerful message from #Bills WR Stefon Diggs ahead of training camp Wednesday:
“Some ppl threw dirt on my name while others have given flowers. The thing is, it was all a garden to me…. I grew from it.”#BillsMafia
Via Diggs’ Instagram Story pic.twitter.com/jmlzSjpgJC
— Ajay Cybulski (@AjayCybulski) July 25, 2023
He also said, “It was all a garden to me…I grew from it.”
While this isn’t necessarily a direct call out to the Bills, it does seem to indicate that Diggs has heard all the criticism surrounding him.
Many around the league have grown tired of Diggs’ act.
There is a growing belief that he will not attend training camp, a direct result of his contract woes.
The Bills’ training camp is slated to begin on July 26th, just two days after Diggs posted this ominous message.
If he doesn’t show up, Diggs could be subject to fines from the league, given that he is under contract.
Players can only avoid fines for missing camp if they are not signed, which is mandatory for them to report to.
How will the Bills respond if Diggs is absent from camp?
He has established a great rapport with Josh Allen, which has dramatically impacted this organization.
However, if Diggs doesn’t show up, the Bills’ offensive production could be in for a disappointing turn moving forward.NEXT: Former Pro-Bowler Says One Issue Will Ruin Bills' Chances To Win This Season