Did bills pursue Vikings WR Stefon Diggs in blockbuster trade?
Sources say that when the Minnesota Vikings were poised to deal star receiver Stefon Diggs on March 16 in a blockbuster trade that included a first-round pick, it was the Bills and New England Patriots as the two final suitors.
What draft picks did the Vikings get for Stefon Diggs?
By the end of the night, Diggs’ wish — echoing hints of displeasure he voiced in the past — was granted. The Vikings sent Diggs and a seventh-round draft pick to the Bills for a first-rounder, a fifth-rounder, a sixth-rounder and a fourth-rounder in 2021, according to multiple reports.
How much is Stefon Diggs contract worth?
Diggs was selected in the fifth round with the 146th overall pick by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2015 NFL Draft.  He signed a four-year, $2.5 million deal that included a guaranteed $227,000 signing bonus.  Diggs was inactive during the Vikings' first three games of the season.
Why did Vikings'Stefon Diggs go to New England?
Before Minnesota received four picks -- including a first-round pick -- from Buffalo for the playmaker, the Vikings called New England to give them a chance to match or improve the offer. When Bill Belichick and the Patriots declined, Diggs was off to the Bills.