Stefon Diggs’ spotty minicamp appearance has the Bills worried

Life is full of gray areas, which leads to debate, and lots of different opinions on what is true. we finished March Madness Bracket About It, because good natured arguments can be a fun way to pass the time. However, I’m having trouble wrapping my mind around this Stephen Diggs case. Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermott is saying Diggs is not at camp, but Diggs’ agent claims his client is actually present and accounted for.

How vague is this? Can’t Diggs just drop a pin to prove that he’s at the team facility? Unless there’s some way for football players to work remotely, I don’t see how this is a question.

According to the team, Diggs showed up on Monday and Tuesday, but left before practice on Tuesday. McDermott described the absence of his No. 1 receiver as “very concerning”.

“When players miss out, especially players of Steph’s calibre, you would love to have those players here,” McDermott said,

Well, there he was – just not as long as his coach would have liked. I don’t know, man. It’s a minicamp, and even though it’s mandatory, the season doesn’t start for another five months. How are we really going to virtue signal about a player avoiding the windfall when he signed an extension last April?

Her status is synonymous with divas, and there’s nothing “too relatable” about it as far as I’m concerned. If you’re an athlete, and you’re not tweeting crypticly, you’re not interacting properly. Digs may be under contract, but that’s how communication works when you don’t have leverage. So what if he got mad at Josh Allen during their playoff loss and didn’t talk to the media afterward?

The QB-WR pairing has been the most prolific connection of anyone since Diggs arrived in Buffalo, and I don’t expect that to change in the fall. Honestly, no one should have to expend energy and mental anguish for June NFL stories.

In practice, not in practice, gold jacket, green jacket, who gives a shit? Diggs showed up, didn’t it? He has done more than enough work for half a day at his discretion. McDermott needs to ease up on authoritarian tactics And let some semantics slide, otherwise his prized wideout might actually leave a camp of consequence.