It was a frustrating end to a season wherein he became a First-Team All-Pro after leading the league in receptions and receiving yards.
A year later, he had solid numbers of 103 receptions, 1,225 yards, and ten touchdowns.
Unfortunately, their season ended at the hands of the Chiefs once again, courtesy of Patrick Mahomes‘ brilliance in only 13 seconds.
With two disappointing finishes, Diggs isn’t resting on his laurels while hoping that the Bills will reach the Super Bowl.
Instead, he constantly finds ways to improve himself, as proven in this video shared by the NFL.
Stefon always in the lab 💪 (via @stefondiggs/TT) pic.twitter.com/IAMhCrom5S
— NFL (@NFL) July 6, 2022
Diggs is having a drill wherein he is making a blind catch.
The objective is to catch the ball thrown behind him.
At first, he was waiting for the ball to come by trying to look at where the ball will be coming from.
But with more repetitions, he was able to complete the drill by just looking in front.
It’s a nice exercise that will help improve his reflexes especially when he has to maintain top speed while keeping track of the ball.
Diggs Hoping To Pay Back Bills’ Investment
His heads-up play over the last two seasons earned him a four-year, $96 million contract extension.
With that kind of money, he understands the responsibility of being one of the team’s go-to guys.
Therefore, drills like these are his way to find rooms for improvement to become a better wide receiver.
The Bills have a great chance of reaching the game’s biggest game especially after keeping their key players.
But for that to happen, Diggs must play his best football throughout his NFL career.NEXT: Josh Allen Has 1 Task To Complete To Become A Superstar