Stefon Diggs didn’t practice Wednesday

NFL: DEC 28 Bills at Patriots
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Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs‘ practice participation took a step in the wrong direction on Wednesday, but he didn’t sound worried about being available on Saturday against the Colts.

Diggs was listed as a non-participant in practice due to an oblique injury. Diggs was estimated to be a limited participant on Tuesday’s injury report, so his condition either got worse or the team decided that rest will be of greater benefit to him than being on the practice field.

Diggs suggested that it was the latter when he told reporters “I’m cool” after practice. Bills head coach Sean McDermott said before Wednesday’s practice that Diggs’ injury is “just something that came up” and he wasn’t sure how the injury occurred.

Two other wide receivers were on the injury report. Cole Beasley (knee) remained out of practice and Isaiah McKenzie (ankle) was a limited participant.

7 responses to “Stefon Diggs didn’t practice Wednesday

  1. This why I said when you always throw the ball and nod run enough, which put your receivers in harm’s way. Now they won’t be 100% going into the playoffs which they will lose. Guaranteed Colts victory and their defense will kill Josh Allen.

  2. Diggs said “don’t believe everything you read” while talking about the injury report, and I’m pretty sure he was smirking under that mask. He’s fine

  3. Good, we can start making excuses now for another failed season here in buffalo.

  4. Diggs strikes me as the type of player who would have to be dragged off the field kicking and screaming to keep him from playing in this game…..he’ll start Saturday…

  5. Oblique takes a month at minimum if you’re lucky, if he plays he’s definitely a changed man from his vikes days.

  6. That’s what you get for playing VS Miami in a game that meant nothing. I recall the play in which he was injured.
    If he is not 100 percent then Allen will be in trouble

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