On Tuesday, there was some concern for theBuffalo Billswhen star wide receiver Stefon Diggs didn t show up for practice.
There was speculation that perhaps he was upset with quarterback Josh Allen or even his contract.
But on Wednesday, Diggs was back on the field for the Bills, and head coach Sean McDermott sounded like it will be business as usual moving forward, per Alaina Getzenberg.
Sean McDermott: We re in a good spot. I feel confident about.
Later said he feels this issue with Stefon Diggs is resolved.
Alaina Getzenberg (@agetzenberg) June 14, 2023
The Bills have been among the NFL s elite for the last few seasons, but they have failed to reach the Super Bowl so far in the Allen-Diggs era.
If they are to win their first-ever Super Bowl anytime soon, Diggs will need to be fully focused and committed.
He had 1,429 yards and 11 touchdowns on 108 receptions last season, and in each of the last three seasons, he has had at least 100 catches and 1,200 yards while making the Pro Bowl.
He is Buffalo s main weapon of offense, and he is an excellent weapon at that.
The AFC East will be considerably tougher this coming season, as the New York Jets now have quarterback Aaron Rodgers and a young, talented cast around him, while the Miami Dolphins have added star cornerback Jalen Ramsey and may be about to get star running back Dalvin Cook.
In addition, the rest of the conference, as was the case last year, will be very competitive, and there are a few teams that could possibly finish with a better record than Buffalo and gain home-field advantage over them.
Bills Mafia is hoping this is the year the team finally wins it all.