Bills WR Stefon Diggs reflects on personal growth after being named captain

Since being named head coach of the Buffalo Bills prior to the 2017 season, Sean McDermott has strived to make Buffalo a place where players can grow into the best version of themselves. And in his tenure with the team, perhaps no player has evolved more than Stefon Diggs. After just one season with the team, Diggs – a player many believed to be a locker room cancer with the Minnesota Vikings – was named a team captain for the Bills’ 2021 season. “It’s pretty quick,” Diggs said Tuesday of being named captain. “To me, it means a lot, just individually, I put in a lot of work. I try to be an example as far as how much work I put in. Being a captain, it’s more like a team thing. Everyone feels a certain way about you as far as how you carry yourself and how you lead. Even last year, with Dion Dawkins speaking on it, saying I could have been a captain last year – it meant a lot to me then, and it means a lot to me now.” An alleged diva towards the end of his five-year stretch in Minnesota that saw him amass … Continue reading Bills WR Stefon Diggs reflects on personal growth after being named captain