NFL Rumors: Stefon Diggs’ Injury Won’t Impact Availability For Bills

Diggs left Saturday's game during the fourth quarter


The Buffalo Bills won the AFC East for the first time since 1995 on Saturday. Hopefully, they didn’t lose their star wide receiver in the process.

Stefon Diggs’ first catch of the game helped him break the franchise record for receptions in a single season. He also caught a 44-yard bomb from quarterback Josh Allen and led the Bills with a season-high 11 receptions for 147 yards.

Unfortunately, the receiver was taken to the locker room in the fourth quarter due to a foot issue. Head coach Sean McDermott had no update on the injury.

But according to NFL Media’s Kim Jones, it isn’t serious and won’t affect his availability going forward.

The Bills ultimately topped the Broncos 48-19.

Buffalo plays its next game Monday, Dec. 28, a rematch against the New England Patriots in Week 16.

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