ESPN’s Dan Graziano: Bills’ Stefon Diggs doesn’t want to leave Buffalo

The Buffalo Bills are focused on trying to build their team in the best way possible so that they can make it to the Super Bowl next season. However, it seems that the Bills have a situation regarding star wide receiver Stefon Diggs, but not because of the drama in the headlines.

ESPN’s Dan Graziano recently said in a recent episode of “Get Up” that after “checking in with people close to this situation,” he believes that Diggs does not want to leave Buffalo. Like in years past, much has been made about Diggs recently posting on X (formerly Twitter) that he’s “ready for watever” without much context as to what he’s ready for.

Graziano pointed out that he doesn’t know what Diggs is upset about or if he’s upset at all, but that this has been a recurring theme for the Bills since Diggs arrived. Diggs has four years left on his contract after signing a four-year, $96 million extension in April 2022.

Based on Graziano’s reporting, it seems that the Bills, and Bills Mafia, do not have to worry about Diggs wanting out of Buffalo for the time being.

The segment from ESPN can be found below:

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire