Trevon Diggs, a cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys, wants to bring his brother Stefon Diggs to the city
Trevon Diggs, a cornerback with the Dallas Cowboys, has always wanted to play with his elder brother, wide receiver Stefon Diggs, of the Buffalo Bills.
Due to their age difference, Trevon Diggs, a cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys, never got to play with his elder brother, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs, of the Buffalo Bills.
Despite the fact that they both grew up in Maryland, the elder Diggs brother was drafted fifth overall by the Minnesota Vikings in 2015.
He was transferred to Buffalo in a blockbuster trade after five years in the Twin Cities. Over the last two seasons, Diggs has played a key role in the Bills’ climb to prominence in the AFC. At the age of 28, he still has several seasons left in him.
The younger Diggs brother was a four-year starter in Alabama’s defensive backfield under Nick Saban. The Cowboys selected him in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
He has two more seasons on his rookie contract before becoming a free agent or being assigned the franchise tag as a previous second-round pick. His best football is still ahead of him at 23 years old.
That doesn’t change his opinion that No. 14 at wide receiver would be a fantastic fit for Dallas.
14 to dallas would be 🔥
— trevondiggs.eth (@TrevonDiggs) March 26, 2022
Trevon Diggs may be recruiting his brother Stefon Diggs to the Dallas Cowboys
After trading Amari Cooper to the Cleveland Browns, Dallas may be in need of a real No. 1 wide receiver, but keep in mind Diggs’ 2020 draft classmate, Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb.
In spite of the fact that Lamb could easily work with Diggs’ older brother, a perennial Pro Bowler, Dallas chose him to be their true No. 1 wide receiver, not Diggs’ younger brother.
While it was startling when the elder Diggs sibling forced his way out of town during the 2020 NFL offseason, it set the stage for yet another possible blockbuster deal.
Maybe he could reconnect with his younger brother in Dallas if he could convince the Vikings to move him to the Bills. A deal is unlikely despite the fact that the Bills and Cowboys are in the same conference.
One could argue that the Bills have as strong a shot to win Super Bowl 57 in Glendale as any other club in the NFL.
Dallas is a legitimate NFC title candidate, but keep in mind that the Cowboys haven’t participated in a conference championship game since the Bill Clinton era. Diggs may be a businessman, but bailing on Buffalo now would be bad business.
The Diggs brothers could play together in the future, but NFL free agency would be required.