4 teams who may be interested in trading for Stefon Diggs


After the team's loss to the Bears on Sunday, Diggs had some weird tweets and Instagram posts which led people to believe he might want out of Minny.

Wide receiver Stefon Diggs said he hasn't requested a trade from the Minnesota Vikings, but he did not lessen any speculation about his future with the team by saying there is "truth to all rumors".

"I feel like there's truth to all rumors regardless on whether it is good or bad", Diggs said, a purple hoodie pulled over his face. It's important to note that no one knows for sure if Diggs has requested a trade but Vikings fans are certainly anxious that might be the case. "I won't be speaking on that", per The Athletic.

Diggs was back in practice Thursday as a full participant and said he hopes to play Sunday against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium.

The two Vikings receivers, who have widely been called the best duo in the National Football League, have a total of 26 receptions between them.

Thielen voiced his own displeasure with the way things were going after Sunday's 16-6 loss in Chicago, where he was held to just six receiving yards.

Thursday was the first day in two weeks Diggs had spoken to reporters.

The 25-year-old wide receiver signed a five-year, $72 million extension before the 2018 season.

"You want to have success, and you want to perform at a high level", he said. "With the way things are going, with the trend that we're at right now, I'm not 100 percent sure".

Diggs said that he was absent Wendesday because he wasn't feeling well. I know as a man who I am, what I bring to the table. "It's obviously not. But what I can say at this point, just trying to work through it".

But Diggs says whether or not he'll stay in Minnesota will depend on if "they want me here".

"If they let me", he said. The receiver answered questions about his personal chagrin towards his role-and lack thereof-in the 2019 Minnesota Vikings offense.