Stefon Diggs sets a high bar and he’s clearly not afraid to do so.
After leading the NFL in receiving in his first season as a member of the Buffalo Bills, Diggs wants 2021 to end on a better note. Last year concluded with an image of Diggs on the sideline watching the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate winning the AFC title.
But 2021 was not the only topic of discussion recently for the All-Pro. Via D.C. Magazine, Diggs said he wants to win… not just one Super Bowl ring, or two… but an entire hand’s worth.
And then he didn’t stop there, either.
“I haven’t reached the mountain top yet. I always aim high. I want five Super Bowl rings,” Diggs said. “I want the Hall of Fame. I want the glory. I believe I’m a champion.”
Diggs’ comments come following news that the wideout is actually not attending OTAs this week in Orchard Park. Super important to note: Those are completely voluntary and he does not need to show up until mandatory minicamp from June 15-17.
It’s expected he’ll be there, and fully fit.
While mentioning that Diggs was one of the players not in attendance this week, Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott commented on his health. Diggs revealed after the season he played with an oblique injury through the playoffs.
Regarding that, McDermott said Diggs is “good to go” and back to good health.
Even with that injury that might have occurred at the end of the regular season, Diggs preformed well in the postseason. He averaged more than 100 yards per game in the playoffs, notching 311 in three games via 20 catches. Diggs also added two touchdowns.
It could be bad news for the NFL that this clutch postseason performer is beyond motivated this offseason.