It looks like six more years are on the horizon for Stefon Diggs.
The Buffalo Bills have reportedly reached an agreement with Diggs on a four-year, $104 million extension, which includes $70 million guaranteed. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the deal early Wednesday morning.
The deal would mean the wide receiver will be with the Bills for six more years at $124.1 million total. It is clear that both the Bills and Diggs himself would favor his retirement being right in Buffalo.
The 28-year-old has been playing with the Bills since 2020 after previously spending five years with the Minnesota Vikings. Diggs became a full-time starter for Minnesota only midway through his rookie year, right after playing football and graduating from Maryland.
Diggs is known for his “Minnesota Miracle” catch during the 2017-2018 playoffs against the New Orleans Saints, where his 61-yard completed touchdown made history as the first game in NFL playoff history to end in a touchdown as time expired.
Diggs led all NFL receivers in 2020 with 127 receptions and 1,535 receiving yards. He finished his second year with the Bills with 1,225 receiving yards and a career high of 10 touchdowns. Diggs was also named to the Pro Bowl for the second consecutive year.
And lucky for Buffalo, their secret weapon is not going anywhere anytime soon. With a guarantee of six more years, the Bills can bank on having another top-notch season in the AFC East.