Peter King: Bills could want to do ‘major surgery’ on Stefon Diggs’ deal

The Buffalo Bills and Stefon Diggs have an annual tradition each offseason of headlines pointing to whether or not the receiver is happy with the team.

However, NFL writer Peter King of NBC Sports believes this summer where there is smoke, there could be fire.

In a recent “Football Morning In America” column, King notes Diggs and the Bills. Specifically, Buffalo general manager Brandon Beane is named. That makes sense since this is the time of the year when Beane earns his paycheck. King says Beane’s biggest decision this offseason might revolve around Diggs’ contract.

Diggs, 30, has a $27.9 million cap hit in 2024, which King called “quite excessive” given Diggs’ production. King believes that Diggs will be upset about the possibility of Beane trying to change his deal:

Diggs restructured his contract last March. If the Bills want him to accept less money, no one can blame Diggs for being upset with that.

Bills Wire will provide updates on all the work Beane conducts throughout the offseason.

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire