He returned two of those for touchdowns and also defended 21 passes.
Those numbers earned him his first Pro Bowl and All-Pro selections.
He still has two years left in his four-year, $6.3 million rookie deal, making him a free agent after the 2023 season if he doesn’t agree to a contract extension with the Cowboys.
But while he is making a name for himself, he also noted the possibility of playing with his brother Stefon.
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Trevon said, “Who knows? I feel like it could happen eventually.”
If it does happen, will they play for the Cowboys or the Buffalo Bills?
It may likely happen in Buffalo because Stefon signed a four-year, $96 million extension this offseason.
That contract makes him part of the Bills until the 2027 season.
However, he has a potential opt-out after the 2024 season which he might use if he will play with his brother.
Stefon has been on a tear ever since the Minnesota Vikings traded him to Buffalo.
In 2020, he had 1,535 yards and eight touchdowns.
He followed that up with 1,225 yards and a career-high ten touchdowns.
Like Trevon, Stefon is also a Pro Bowler and an All-Pro.
The Diggs Connection May Happen In Dallas
The Bills will not let go of the older Diggs unless the deal is hard to ignore.
But by looking at the Cowboys’ depth at wide receiver, they do need more help outside of CeeDee Lamb.
Besides, the Cowboys could not care less about overpaying talent.
Therefore, they might initiate a transaction for Stefon to reunite him with his brother.
It’s another side story that will keep the Cowboys in the limelight despite their most recent postseason failure.NEXT: Week 1 Schedule Proves The NFL Is All About Drama