Sean McDermott doesn’t have an update on Stefon Diggs’ foot

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Saturday night is a happy one for the Bills and their fans, but there are some injury concerns that will linger through celebrations of their first AFC East title since 1995.

Cornerback Tre'Davious White said he’s feeling pretty good after suffering a stinger in the 48-19 win, but there will be a wait for word on wide receiver Stefon Diggs. Head coach Sean McDermott said he had no update on the foot injury that knocked Diggs out of the game.

Diggs offered another illustration of his value to the team before getting hurt. He had 11 catches for 147 yards to continue a splendid first season with the Bills.

His first catch gave him a franchise record for catches in the season and he leads the league with 111 catches this season. He’s in third place in single-season receiving yards and is 54 yards away from tying Eric Moulds’ team record. His chances of getting there will be tied to the condition of his foot.

12 responses to “Sean McDermott doesn’t have an update on Stefon Diggs’ foot

  1. Diggs came back out of the locker room to walk around and hang out on the bench. He didn’t seem too bummed out. I’ll venture that it’s not that serious.

  2. Never understand why key players are not on the bench once the game is locked up. It’s a brutal game. Injuries happen.

  3. I had my doubts about the trade but so far he’s exceeded expectations and made this team really balanced. They could make some noise in playoffs if all are healthy. Need to figure out RB though.

  4. mookie34 says:
    December 19, 2020 at 10:14 pm
    He injured his foot while trying to learn Jefferson’s Griddy dance.

    Diggs created that dance for Jefferson while he was preparing for the 2020 NFL Playoffs… Your welcome.

  5. This team with either one of Cleveland’s RB’s would be unstoppable. So happy to see the Bills rise up this season! I wish them all the success in the world (against anyone except my Browns). Hope the Stefon Diggs injury isn’t serious… turned out to be a fantastic trade for them. Josh Allen has developed in to a top 5 QB, lots of great pieces around him, and you have a great coach there. From one Lake Erie team to another… enjoy the ride!

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