If you're looking for some entertainment during a weird time for the country, just keep Stefon Diggs' social media profiles open at all times. The Vikings wide receiver loves to sound off on those pages, and on Monday, he delivered again.

Just hours after Minnesota agreed to a contract extension with Kirk Cousins, Diggs tweeted out the following:

He even put a period at the end of it, so you know he's serious. And later, he replied to a user downplaying the drama and said that this time, something's "going to happen."

On a day where DeAndre Hopkins was traded, many are now wondering if Diggs could be on the move, too. He was quite unhappy at times last year with the Vikings, and it doesn't appear like his mood has improved much away from the field.


The dangerous pass catcher will be entering just the second season of a five-year extension he signed in July 2018. He's exceeded 1,000 yards in both campaigns he's been paired with Cousins, but that doesn't necessarily mean he relishes playing with the ex-Redskin. His Monday tweet appears to confirm that.

Nothing imminent seems to be in the works for Diggs, but these things can change fast. The Hopkins trade, for instance, largely came out of nowhere. In the meantime, Dwayne Haskins will likely be doing what he can to push for his team to acquire the 26-year-old:


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