Latest Bills News: Bills’ Josh Allen Breaks Silence on Stefon Diggs Trade to Texans With Heartfelt Message

Josh Allen, the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, reportedly learned of wide receiver Stefon Diggs’ April 3 trade to the Houston Texans at the same time as the rest of the world because Bills general manager Brandon Beane failed to notify him in advance.

Allen had not spoken up about his feelings about losing one of his most crucial teammates since the Diggs deal. Allen at last discussed the emotional conversation he and Diggs had following the news on Thursday.
At the press conference on Thursday, Allen stated, “Yeah, I shared a text with him and got one back, just thanking him for everything that he did for me.” “I will always hold a special place in my heart for him, treat him like a brother, and send him my best wishes.

Later on, Allen said, “My lasting memory of Stef will be [that] he was the receiver that helped me become the quarterback that I am today.” And I’ll be eternally grateful to him for it.

Although Allen will undoubtedly find it difficult to adjust to this offensive shift, primarily due of his tight relationship with Diggs, he admitted that trades of this nature are inevitable in the NFL.

Allen remarked, “I guess that’s just the nature of the business.” “And now that we are in Year 7, it just kind of is.” I’m paid to be the greatest quarterback I can be and to attempt to lead the players on this team, not to make changes to the squad.

Diggs and Allen were teammates for four seasons in Buffalo. All four seasons, the Bills advanced to the postseason but were never able to win the Super Bowl.

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