All-Pro receiver Stefon Diggs has agreed to a contract extension with the Buffalo Bills that could keep him with the team until he decides to retire.
Diggs, 28, has signed a four-year, $104 Million extension that includes $70 Million guaranteed. The extension goes on top of his current deal that has two years remaining, and keeps Diggs tied to Buffalo through the 2027 season.
Buffalo acquired Diggs in a trade from Minnesota in March 2020. Diggs has gone to his first two career Pro Bowls in each of his first two seasons with the Bills.
The $70 Million in guaranteed compensation puts Diggs in similar territory with a pair of fellow top receiving talent, with Tyreek Hill recently inking $72.2 Million in guaranteed money after being traded to Miami, and Davante Adams getting $65 Million guaranteed after being acquired by the Las Vegas Raiders.
Only Adams and Cooper Kupp of the LA Rams have caught more passes than Diggs in the last two seasons.