Diggs' touchdown catch at the end of a playoff game against New Orleans following the 2017 season was dubbed the "Minneapolis Miracle".
Trade chatter surrounding Diggs became stronger in 2019 after the pass-catcher confirmed in October he was frustrated with the Vikings.
Every time Stefon Diggs gets (upset) he posts some ominous tweet about new beginnings or change. "Something's going to happen".
Now, Diggs is heading to Buffalo to play with Josh Allen and the Bills, who only venture into the NFC North once every four years.
A fifth-round pick out of Maryland in 2015, Diggs was fourth in the National Football League last season with an average of 17.9 yards per catch. The below tweet from the 26-year-old and his response provide an indication of Diggs' unhappiness in purple.
He had 1,130 receiving yards past year, while he caught nine touchdown passes in 2018.
The Eagles can use a player like Diggs and his base salaries are reasonable, $10.9 million in 2020, $11.4 million in 2021, $11.4 million in 2022 and $11.4 million in 2023 per Over The Cap.
This is probably a good trade for the Vikings in the long run if Diggs, really, didn't want to be there.
However, Vikings GM Rick Spielman is under the impression the former fifth-round pick out of Maryland will remain with the organization for a sixth season.