The drama surrounding wide receiver Stefon Diggs and the Minnesota Vikings is back — and this time, it may not be going away any time soon.
After a year of ups and downs with the team, Diggs has now deleted every singled Vikings-related post from his Instagram account. Last fall, on multiple occasions, Diggs began posting cryptic social media messages, and responded to questions about a possible trade by saying “there’s truth to all rumors.”
Stefon Diggs’ Instagram Account is Now Devoid of Everything Related to the Vikings
Here is a look at Diggs’ current Instagram account, which now features just a mere 24 posts:
A quick scroll through his Insta feed reveals several solid fashion ensembles, but nothing about the team he has played for since 2015.
Diggs was drafted by the Vikings in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, with the 146th overall pick, and he has turned out to be a steal.
Diggs Had Been Tweeting Bizarre Things All Week…
Diggs has been tweeting some very puzzling and cryptic things all week. On Monday, he tweeted: “Always got a ace up my sleeve for whatever was dealt,” and on Sunday, he wrote simply: “Things getting interesting…”
He also noted via Twitter Monday that he “fell back a hundred times when I don’t get the credit… seen this movie a hundred times I know where it’s headed.”
Diggs has yet to comment exclusively on his social media activity. He also has not been linked exclusively with any one team — although some are suggesting the now-Las Vegas Raiders may be a good fit.
Back in October, the trade talk surrounding Diggs was rampant, and there were multiple moments in which it was obvious Diggs was unhappy. NFL insider Ian Rapoport went on the NFL Network to discuss the wide receiver’s issues in Minnesota at the time, and Rapoport noted that Diggs’ “frustration is very real. “Stefon Diggs is not happy with the offense, with his role in the offense, with the direction they’ve taken,” he said then.
In his five seasons with the Vikings, Diggs has 365 receptions for 4,623 receiving yards and 30 touchdowns. He had four fumbles in 2019, however, which was high for him, especially considering he had coughed the ball up just twice in his first four seasons.