Stefon Diggs: I feel like I fit this mold in Buffalo

Wide receiver Stefon Diggs and quarterback Josh Allen looked like a match in football heaven during the 2020 season.
Diggs led the league with 127 receptions and 1,535 yards in 2020, setting franchise records in both categories.
Given his production, it makes sense that he has been enjoying his time with Buffalo since arriving off-season. But the broad recipient said that walking into the building every day on Wednesday feels less like work than more pleasant time to spend with people who are important to him.
"It's only part of having the right system for you, the right situation for you," said Diggs at his press conference. “Not to say that any situation is bad for the players, but as far as I am able to grow in a situation and grow with some people and something that is in the best interests of you and your career, I think that it was perfect here. ”
Diggs sees this not just in terms of the Bills organization, but also in terms of the Buffalo community as a whole.
“I feel like I somehow fit into this shape. People don't always fit their environment or their community and I feel like I fit my passion for football and their passion for football and that everyone is the same, ”said Diggs. "So I would say, I hope I found my second home and I will say that you welcomed me with open arms."
As long as Diggs continues to play like 2020 and the Bills keep winning, Buffalo will no doubt continue to hug the broad receiver.
Stefon Diggs: I feel like I'm adding this shape into Buffalo that originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

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