Cowboys' Trevon Diggs Publicly Urges Bills To Release Brother Stefon Amidst Frustration


Photo: Instagram/Trevon Diggs

In the aftermath of the Buffalo Bills' disheartening 24-22 defeat against the Denver Broncos, Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs took to social media, imploring the Bills to part ways with his brother, wide receiver Stefon Diggs. 

The plea follows a string of disappointments for the Bills, who now stand at 5-5 this season, trailing the Miami Dolphins in the AFC East.

Stefon Diggs, who had a modest performance with three catches for 34 yards in the Monday night loss, has been a focal point of tension in Buffalo. 

Photo: Instagram/Trevon Diggs

Trevon's social media post, shared on X (formerly Twitter), not only defended Stefon but also took a swipe at the struggling Buffalo team.

The Bills' struggles were evident in their Week 10 loss, marked by four costly turnovers, with quarterback Josh Allen leading the NFL with 11 interceptions. 

Allen, acknowledging the team's poor performance, expressed frustration postgame, stating, "Shouldn't have been in that position in the first place. A lot of bad football."


This public plea is the latest development in an ongoing saga between Stefon Diggs and the Bills. Last season, Stefon's frustrations spilled over into the playoffs and offseason, with reported discontent over his role in the Bills' offense. 

The loss to the Broncos has seemingly intensified the brothers' dissatisfaction with the current state of affairs in Buffalo.

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Source: USA Today
 


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